Columbia Global Reports
Colombians have been living through war for more than fifty years. In a conflict primarily between the state and a leftist insurgency, the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia), other various... Read More
Dia de los Muertos at the University of Arizona
Día de los Muertos event to honor Tucson and popular leaders What: Tucson/University of Arizona Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead When: Wed. Nov. 2, 2016 8:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Where: 2nd Floor UA... Read More
Colombia: More than 350 Youths Participate in International Workshop for Peace, in Cali
During the days of August 26 and 27, the first international workshop for peace took place coorganized by Mucho con Poco and the Governation of Cali. This event counted on the participation of more... Read More
Borderlands Theater Presents: NOGALES by: Richard Montoya
NOGALES: STORYTELLERS IN CARTEL COUNTRY Written by Richard Montoya Directed by Sean San Jose... Read More
LAS Photo Contest 2016
LAS Photo Contest is finally back!! Prizes:  1st place: $200  2nd place: $100  3rd place: $50 Rules: 1.       Both Undergraduate and Grad students are welcome 2.       Photos must be related to Latin... Read More
LAS 363 #Black Lives Matter Across the Americas
A new LAS course available for the Fall 2016 semester. Sign- up now!
LAS Affiliated Faculty, Jennifer Roth-Gordon talks racism, Rio, and the 2016 Olympics
"Racism in the Wake of Rio 2016" By: Jennifer Roth-Gordon, Associate Professor, UA School of Anthropology Read here: Read More
LAS Alumni: Dr. Ricardo Castro-Salazar, selected as Pima Community College's Vice President for International Development
Congratulations to Dr. Ricardo Castro-Salazar on becoming PCC's Vice President for International Development Letter from Chancellor, Lee D. Lambert, Pima Community College   Colleagues,   I am... Read More
Taking A Closer Look At Desalination
TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT DESALINATION   With desalination, Morua Estuary in Sonora, Mexico, is likely to be built out with more hotels and tourism growth. Various factors including climate change are... Read More
Dr. Elizabeth Oglesby participates in LASA panel on Ayotzinapa
May 27th, 2016 LASA "Mexico After Ayotzinapa: A Conversation with the International Investigatory Group" The disappearance of 43 students from Ayotzinapa, Mexico in September 2014 grabbed worldwide... Read More