Dr. Gratzia Villarroel, an Associate Professor of International Relations and Comparative Politics at St. Norbert College in DePere, will present “Censored: Silenced Voices in Latin America’s Late 20th Century Military Dictatorships.”
Are you someone who is interested in expanding your view of the world? How about adding to your understanding of political situations? Maybe you have a special interest in Latin America? If so, you can add to your knowledge in all three areas by attending a presentation for Door County Reads on Thursday, February 10 at the Peninsula Art School in Fish Creek.
Repression and lack of personal freedoms are disturbing realities in our present world, but how prevalent are they? Are they terrifying, like those profiled in “Fahrenheit 451?” Currently, where are the majority of these censorship and totalitarian issues thriving and why? Dr. Villarroel is our noteworthy speaker for a public focus on topics of oppression, repression, personal freedoms, and how people survive and manage dictatorial conditions.
She will bring an international, thoughtful look into our Door County Reads/”Fahrenheit 451” explorations this month. Take advantage of your freedom to learn on 7 pm Thursday, February 10 at the Peninsula Art School, 3900 County F in Fish Creek. All are welcome.