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Centre of Latin American Studies

Professor Aida Hernandez

Upcoming Events

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Michaelmas Term 2016 

Centre of Latin American Studies: 1966-2016 Anniversary Symposium 

Latin American Studies: A Model of Indiscipline?
Saturday, 1 October 2016
The Centre of Latin American Studies will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year. It was founded in 1966 as one of the five original ‘Parry Centres’ established following the report of the Parliamentary Committee on Latin American Studies, chaired by Dr J. H. Parry. Since then, it has expanded its intake to include PhD as well as MPhil students, and broadened the range of disciplines represented in its research and teaching to include history, economics, development studies, sociology, politics, anthropology, criminology, literature, film and visual arts, architecture and urban studies. The Centre currently draws together over thirty Latin Americanists across the University to teach its students and is the hub for a wider research community, representing one of the largest and most diverse concentration of researchers working on Latin America in the UK. We also place great value on the maintenance and expansion of our institutional and personal links with the academic community in Latin America.
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Radical / Basic / Actual. 1970s Experiments in Print Media: Felipe Ehrenberg, Latin American Artists and the Beau Geste Press

Exhibition of Books, Pamphlets and Ephemera
10 October  - 14 November 2016
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Salvador Allende Annual Lecture 2016: Pigmentocracies

​Race & Ethnicity from the Latin American Experience
21 October 2016
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Festival of Ideas 2016

Latin American Studies quizzes and games
22 October 2016
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Check our website for other events to be held this year. We very much hope to welcome you to one or more of them.

To see what the Centre has been involved with this last year, have a browse through our Past News and Events page.