ABOUT La Visión Latinoamericana

Pedro Erber

From: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Pedro Erber is the General Counsel of La Visión Latinoamericana. He is Assistant Professor of Luso-Brazilian Studies, specializes in Brazilian literature, intellectual history and visual culture. Has a Ph.D. from Cornell University (2009), holds an MBA from the Pontificia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2000) and a BA from the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1998). He is the author of Política e Verdade no Pensamento de Martin Heidegger (PUC-Rio/Loyola, 2003) and several articles on political thought, Brazilian and Japanese art, literature and aesthetics. He recently finished writing a book manuscript titled Breaching the Frame: Contemporaneity and the Margins of Art has begun to make about your new project on political, economic thought, literature, literature and cinema in Brazil after 1945 investigations. His other research interests include contemporary European philosophy and political theory, the philosophy of the Kyoto school, Portuguese and Lusophone literature and culture. At Cornell is professor of critical theories Brazilian, Brazilian and Lusophone literature, film and visual arts Brazilian aesthetic theory and main courses of Brazilian studies

Manuel Olivares

From: Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic
Contact: mdo43@cornell.edu

One of the three Directors of Programming of our organization. Born in Santiago, Dominican Republic and immigrated to the United States in 2006. He is currently studying for his master academic major in Economics and minor academic majors in international relations, business, and Eastern studies.