Colloquium: Os ["JU COMING EVENTS MON., MARCH 31 : "Latin American Women in Struggle" with Suni Paz. Argentine Artist and Activist in Puerto Rican and Chicano Movements in New York. Co-sponsored by Housing Special Programs. Stockwell Dormitory Lounge, 7:00pm. TUES., APRIL 1 : "Chile: Dunngand After Allende." Slide presentation, followed by panel discussion with Claire Beauville, French sociologist, involved with worker-run factories in Chile; and Amy Conger, American historian, imprisoned and tortured by the military junta; Kenneth Langton, Political Science. Michigan, International Center. 2:00pm. FRI.-SAT., APRIL 4-5: "Politics and Society in Latin America." Two-day discussion on the characteristics, implications, and explanation of contemporary authoritarian regimes in Latin America. Speakers and participants: Guillermo O'Donnell, Argentine political scientist, now at Princeton; Philippe Schmitter, political scientist, Chicago; Peter McDonough, political scientist, Michigan; José Nun, sociologist, Toronto; Shepard Forman, anthropology, Michigan. FRI., APRIL 4: Guillermo O'Donnell. "The Political Economy of Bureaucratie Authoritarian States." International Center, 1 :30pm. "The Political Impact of Multinational Corpora tions." Rackham's East Lecture Hall, 7:30pm. SAT., APRIL 5: "Policy-Making in Authoritarian States," Philippe Schmitter. Rackham's East Conference Room, 10:30am. Coffee served. "Patterns of Mobilization in Authoritarian States." Rackham's East Conferonce Room, 1 30pm. THURS., APRIL 10: Spanish-speaking groups in the United States. "Migrant Workers in Michigan." Members of the Office of Migrant Workers, Dept. of Social Services in Lansing, others. Residential College, Room 126, 7:30pm. Sponsored by the GROUP ON LATIN AMERICAN ISSUES. 1300 Arborview, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103.