Wednesday, May 8, 2019
The Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies 2019 Distinguished Fellow Award
A huge congratulations goes out to Dr. Cristina Rojas, Director of Carleton’s Institute of Political Economy and a founding member of LACS. Dr. Rojas is being honored for her distinguished contribution to the Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies/l'Association canadienne d'études latino-américaines et des Caraïbes...
Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Still spots left in LACS 4001A: “History of Imperialism in Latin America”
LACS 4001A: “History of Imperialism in Latin America” CRN 13248 - 2018/19 Winter Term Monday 6:00-9:00pm Mark Anderson This seminar explores the history of imperialism in Latin America by comparing and contrasting competing empires. First, it considers Indigenous empires, including Aztec, Comanche, and Inca. Second, it explores Spanish and...
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Faculty changes to Latin American and Caribbean Studies
As you may have heard, starting July 1st administration of Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACS) unit has moved to the Department of History. Mark Anderson, a historian formerly based at the University of Regina, has moved to Carleton and has been assigned a faculty position in LACS. Welcome Mark! As part of that position, Mark...