HUMAN RIGHTS AND EXTRACTIVISM IN CHILE : SOCIAL UPRISING, SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL CRISIS, AND PERSPECTIVES
5:00 PM — 7:00 PM
Infrastructure of social reproduction: Dialogic collaboration and feminist comparative urbanism between UK and Argentina
4:00 PM — 5:30 PM
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...
Monday, March 4, 2019
GRINGOLANDIA: Lifestyle Migration under Late Capitalism
On February 12, 2019, Matthew Hayes was campus to talk about his book "GRINGOLANDIA: Lifestyle Migration under Late Capitalism". The talk was very informative and a summary of his book is available at the following LINK from the University of Minnesota...
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...
Friday, February 7, 2020
Event Announcement – February 11, 2020
Link: Announcement: Pannel on Human Rights and Extractivism in Chile...
Friday, January 31, 2020
LACS Bulletin – February 2020
Link: LACS Bulletin February 2020 In this Issue LACS & Women's and Gender Studies Event - A Talk by Dr. Kate Hardy, "Infrastructures of social reproduction: Dialogic collaboration and feminist comparative urbanism between UK and...