CEDLA and NALACS are organizing a series of seminars titled Dialogues with Civil Society.
The goal of these dialogues is to bring together a broad audience of academics and non-academics to discuss relevant societal issues in Latin America. The kick-off of the series, which is organized in collaboration with Peace Brigades International - The Netherlands, takes places on Wednesday 24 January and features Lolita Chávez, human rights defender and leader of the K'iche' peoples Council in Guatemala. +INFO
This paper applies the notion of the ‘developmental state’ to Mexico during the period c. 1920-c.1980, that is, the two decades of state-building and social reform which followed the armed revolution and the four decades which witnessed the hegemony of the PRI. +INFO
Read the latest article ‘Consumidores y ciudadanía en la Argentina Kirchnerista: ¿Un nuevo discurso presidencial?’ (Micaela Diaz Rosaenz), the book review essay ‘Buen Gobierno: Chronicles of Violence Committed Against Amerindians in the Andes’ (Arij Ouweneel), film reviews of Tus Padres Volveran and Two Worlds Collide (now available on Netflix!), numerous book reviews and much more! To stay posted on all content don’t forget to sign up for the ERLACS newsletter (link on website). +INFO
In CEDLAlibrary you find news about our library and its collection, information on research updates, research resources and other information of the academia that can be useful for students, scholars and library visitors interested in the Latin American region. +INFO
This course investigates the dynamics of gender relations in Latin America, mainly in the urban areas. In the context of gender inequality, poverty and social mobility, concepts and case studies will be presented that will offer examples of daily experience. +INFO