The whispering winter winds may have engulfed IU, but it isn't too early to start thinking about courses for summer 2015. Adventure through Yucatán, Mexico and study international tourism; study cultural ecology and sustainable agriculture in Jamaica; stroll through the streets of Havana to witness Cuba's boldest social reforms since the revolution, or perform anthropological fieldwork in Oaxaca, Mexico. Visit our summer 2015 course page for more information, and prepare for a real summertime adventure.
The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies provides interdisciplinary academic programs in Latin American and Caribbean Studies to students preparing for careers in research, teaching, or management in public, private, or nonprofit sectors. CLACS offers an undergraduate minor and area certificate, a Master's degree, three-year Dual Master's Degree programs (Business Administration, Library Science, Information Science, Law, Public Health, and Public Affairs) and a doctoral minor and certificate. CLACS also brings together approximately 120 affiliated faculty in 22 departments and 11 professional schools in IU Bloomington and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis who teach and/or conduct research on topics relating to Latin America and the Caribbean. More Information
Subestimados: Prospects and Challenges of Social Mobility
Informatics East rm 130
Portraying the Tragic Past of Latin America: From Judgment to Understanding
12pm, IMU Sassafrass
Expressing Indigenous Culture in Highland and Lowland South America
4pm, IMU Hoosier Room
Immigration and Mass Incarceration in the U.S.
2pm, Woodburn Hall 121