Mario Bellatin visits LAS!

Mario Bellatin visits LAS!

Mario Bellatin will visit LAS in January 2017, as part of the celebrations of the 10-year anniversary of the creation of our program. Mark your calendars for a public lecture on January 25, at 6:00 PM, in JHB 100. To register to attend, please visit our calendar of events below.

Undergraduate Research Day

Undergraduate Research Day

Our Call for Papers for our Fifth Annual Undergraduate Research Day is now open! Send your 250-word proposal and essay to be commented to olasstgeorge1@gmail.com before January 31, 2017. The URD will be held on April 7. More info below.

New! LAS journal and blog

New! LAS journal and blog

We are proud to support Kawsaxkuna, a new journal of Latin American Studies initiated by oir students. We are currently looking for editors: go to https://goo.gl/zszezV for more info.

New for Winter 2017

New for Winter 2017

Still looking to add something to your LAS coursework? You might be interested in Mexican Popular Culture (HIS 389 H1). This course investigates the historical development of local and national traditions by concentrating on a sampling of cultural symbols and practices that have become markers of Mexican national identity.

LAS turns 10!

LAS turns 10!

We celebrate 10 years since the creation of the Latin American Studies program at the University of Toronto!

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Celebrate LAS with us!

As Director of Latin American Studies, I am proud to announce that the academic year 2016 / 17 marks the ten-year anniversary of our program’s establishment. I take this occasion to thank each of you for being a part of LAS and to invite you to the wonderful events we have planned to celebrate this important milestone.

LAS has always been an incredible group of people devoted to furthering knowledge and engagement with the region: our students, whose passion inspires everything we do; our fiercely loyal faculty and staff, as well as previous directors, whose friendly and warm spirit are the backbone of the program; our colleagues in other universities, and all our community collaborators, whose support is a vital part of our success.

As we celebrate all that we have accomplished together, I ask you to consider actively supporting to our initiative. No committment is too small: whether you take our courses, attend our activities, volunteer in the organization of events, or sponsor our students with a financial contribution to our newly established Anniversary Scholarship Fund.

Thank you for helping make LAS a fantastic program, now and for decades to come!
Sincerely,

Susan Antebi, LAS Director