Professor David Lopez-Carr (Geography) and colleagues recently published two articles that address conservation and land use concerns in Latin America. “Examining the relationship between migration and forest cover change in
Congratulations to Dr. Anabel Ford and colleagues! Dr. Ford’s El Pilar Project has been awarded a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate ancient Maya settlement patterns and
LAIS Director Cecilia Méndez (History) is featured in the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Web News for her July 28, 2020, article in Ojo Público, “La independencia: una revolución olvidada (Independence: A
A Zoom Talk by Dr. Marcos Cueto Watch the Facebook Live video here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=2919408944833366 Friday May 22nd, at 12 pm – 1:30 pm (PST), via Zoom Abstract. Historical studies on
Congratulations to LAIS students Favián Muralles (BA) and Christine Khrlobian (MA) for receiving the LAIS 2019-2020 student awards! Favián Muralles (BA) received the 2019-2020 Undergraduate Award for Exemplary Academic Performance.
Award Recipient: Dolores Inés Casillas and Myriam Gonzales-Smith Award Date: Friday, June 5th, 2020 By vote of LAIS undergraduate and graduate Students, professors Dolores Inés Casillas (Chicana and Chicano Studies
Congratulations to LAIS Teaching Associate Alba Constenla Torrado who has accepted a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in the Department of World Languages, at the School of Languages, Literatures,
LAIS affiliates, Antonio Cortijo Ocaña and Sara Poot-Herrera (both Spanish and Portuguese), have just published a carefully researched edition of El pregonero de Dios y Patriarca de los Dioses by Br.
Fátima Andrade Martinez is a recent LAIS Alumna (2019), we recently caught up with her to learn more about what led her to pursue an undergraduate degree in Latin American