Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Browse our reference guide for all programs & organizations focused on Latin America & the Caribbean at Duke.
Seeing Brazilian Politics, History in a Global Context
The Duke Brazil Initiative and Global Brazil Lab held its 2016 Global Brazil Conference on March 4, featured diverse fields of study and a multidisciplinary approach to current topics in Brazil.…
Duke student in Brazil writes about Zika virus for the Washington Post
Travis Knoll is a Duke student studying in Brazil. He recently wrote commentary for the Washington Post about the Catholic Church's response to the Zika virus in that country.
Amb. Patrick Duddy talks New Politics, Continuing Challenges in Venezuela
Former Ambassador to Venezuela Patrick Duddy will give a talk for Wednesday @ the Center on Feb. 10, about the recent elections in Venezuela and the new poltical realities and challenges…
Holly Ackerman quoted on NYT article on Cuban Migration
Duke librarian Holly Ackerman shares her knowledge of migration patterns with the New York Times.
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April 01, 2016
Environmental | Art | Humanities: Narrating Nature
Haitian Film Series: Jacques Stephen Alexis: Dead Without a Burial Site
April 11, 2016
Capoeira Angola Mestre Cabello in Residence at Duke
April 15, 2016
Peacebuilding and Urban Violence in Latin America: From Local Experience to Public Policy
Haitian Film Series: When the Drum is Beating
April 20, 2016
The Epidemiology of Zika: Brazilian Insights
Latin America: Development Challenges and Opportunities
April 22, 2016
"Opinião 65: Pop and Politics in Brazilian Art," a seminar with Professor Luiz Camillo Osorio, PUC-Rio
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