The Center for Latin American, Caribbean & Latino Studies would like for you to join us in Congratulating our 2020 Spring semester Graduate & Undergraduate students who have completed the CLACLS Certificate!
Dear CLACLS Community, Wishing you health and wellness, we are delighted to share with you the recipients of the 2020 CLACLS Pre-Dissertation Grant. We hope you have the opportunity to contact our students and congratulate them for their accomplishment! Stephanie Zamora-Alvarado (Department of Environmental Conservation) Project focus: Socio-environmental conflict, policy and governance for peace in […]
iCOMUNIDAD, PRESENTE Y EN SOLIDARIDAD! We hope that each of you and your loved ones are well in this challenging time. CLACLS is here and reachable virtually as we connect from Puerto Rico, the Greater Boston area, Cuba and Western Massachusetts. As many things continue to evolve, we will share good news […]
Please join us in Furcolo-W007, Friday Feb., 14 at 12 noon for a talk with Dr. Enrique (Henry) Suarez, UMass Assistant Professor of Science Education, as he shares his ideas about designing learning environments that create opportunities for elementary emerging multilingual students to maximize their opportunities in using their conceptual resources and translanguaging practices for learning science.
Dear all,The Center for Latin American Caribbean and Latino Studies is pleased to present Prof. Ângela Figueiredo, one of the leading scholars on Afro-Brazilian and Decolonial Feminism, will give a talk on “Black Feminism against the Far-Right: Perspectives from Brazil”! Please join us next Monday, December 9, 5 pm (Du Bois Library, room 2601). […]
Join us Monday December 2nd at 5 pm (Machmer E-32) for a panel on Bolivia: The Quest for Democracy in Times of Crisis. The panel will consist of Luz Maria Sanchez Duque (Polisci-UMass), Kevin Young (History-UMass), Martin Mendoza-Botelho (Polisci-East. Conn. State University) and Adriana Guzman Arroyo [Feminismo Comunitario Antipatriacal (Via Video)] and will be moderated […]
Please join us November 21st 5 pm Machmer W-32 for a conversation on the current situation in Chile. Chile: El Baile de los que sobran. Speakers: Dayana Olavarria, Lilian Araya, Manuel Garcia, Nicolas Bohme Light food and refreshments will provided.
Join us Thursday Nov. 7th 12:30 – 2 pm at Machmer Hall Room W26 for a talk on “Anti-Gender Politics and Violence Against Women In Politics: The Case of The Latin American President Bachelet, Rousseff and Kirchner”, by Fulbright Scholar Marlise Miriam De Matos Almeida – Associate Professor of Political Science Department (UFMG,Brazil), Fulbright Chair of Brazilian Studies […]