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The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies provides interdisciplinary academic programs in Latin American and Caribbean Studies including an undergraduate minor and area certificate, a Master's degree, three-year Dual Master's Degree programs and a doctoral minor and certificate. More Information.

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Dr. Valdman, Director of IU Creole Institute, publishes new book on Haitian Creole. More >>

IDS Article on CLACS Director
IU's student newspaper highlighted new beginnings at CLACS for Director Birkenmaier. More >>

CLACS Undergraduate Essay Contest
Undergraduate students are invited to submit essays about study abroad experiences in Latin America or the Caribbean. More >>

Inside IU spotlight on Anke Birkenmaier
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October 13, 2015 - 4-6pm
Undergraduate Open House. Location: GA 1st Floor Lounge. More >>

October 14, 2015 - 12pm
Latin American Research Forum presents Carlos Sandroni. Music and Intangible Heritage in Brazil. Location: IMU Oak Rm. More >>

October 14, 2015 - 4:30pm
Public Forum: It was the State - Forced Disappearances at Ayotzinapa and US Support for Narco States. Location: IMU Sassafras Room. More >>

October 15, 2015 - 8pm
Aires del Mayab. An evening of vocal and chamber music inspired by the Yucatán. Location: Jacobs School of Music Auer Hall. More >>

October 22, 2015 - 6pm
The Original Chocolate: A Gift of the Rainforest. Maya Chocolate Production and Rainforest Conservation. Location: GA 2067. More >>

October 24-25
Drug War Capitalism Conference. Location: Informatics East 130. More >>

October 29 - 4pm
Gerald Aching Book Reading. Location: College of Arts & Humanities Institute, 1211 E. Atwater Ave. More >>

November 5, 2015
Guest Speaker Valentina Napolitano. Pope Francis and Catholic Borderlands. Location: GA 0001. More >>

November 11, 2015 - 12pm
Latin American Research Forum presents Rebecca Dirksen. Zafè Fatra (The Affair of Trash). Location: GA 0001. More >>

December 9, 2015 - 12pm
Latin American Research Forum presents Stephen Selka. Our Lady of Many Causes: Religion and the Politics of Heritage in Bahia, Brazil. Location: GA 0001. More >>