CLACS sponsors and hosts a variety of academic conferences, lectures, and symposia throughout the year to foster dialogue between faculty and practitioners and to help to promote research in a variety of disciplinary and professional fields related to Latin America and the Caribbean. Our ongoing events include the Latin American Research Forum and the annual Graduate Student Conference. Please sign up for our e-newsletter Novedades for more related events on the IU campus or surrounding community.
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November 16th, 2017
The US has recently initiated renewed policy positions on Caribbean relations and the EU, UK, and Canada continue to be reliable development investment partners. Japan and Chinese-Caribbean economic relations have deepened over the past decade. This dicussion provides an overview of this relationship landscape, attentive to areas of potential benefits, risk and implications for the future of new copperation ties. Dr. Kalim Shah is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Policy, at Indiana University Northwest.
December 7th, 2017
The idea of universal citizenship has been the object of much critique during the last decades, with many critics pointing to the racial, class, and gendered (among other) exclusions upon which the notion of universality is founded. Rather than jettisoning the idea of universal citizenship, the present talk seeks to take these critiques as a point of departure for its reconceptualization. Dr. Andres Guzman is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at IU.
Outside Event Promotion Policy
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- The event/opportunity is about or related to Latin America or the Caribbean AND
- The person advertising the event is affiliated with CLACS
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Events or announcements to be included in Novedades/Novidades must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Tuesday. Priority for inclusion is given to those events and announcements related to Latin American or the Caribbean. CLACS reserves the right to exclude any events/announcements that are not relevant or appropriate for inclusion in the newsletter.