The Latin American Studies Program hosted the fourth annual Charles A. Hale Lecture, entitled "Public Festivals and Performative Feasts: Aztecs and Allegory in Baroque Mexico” presented by Rolena Adorno, on Thursday, October 3rd, 2013, in 1117 University Capitol Centre.

The Charles A. Hale Lecture honors the memory of Professor Charles A. Hale (1930 - 2008), a specialist in Latin American liberalism and intellectual history. He was a distinguished scholar and faculty member at the University of Iowa from 1966 - 1997.

This event is sponsored by the the Latin American Studies Program (LASP), International Programs, and the Department of History.