UPCOMING EVENTS & COURSES


Exhibition 'Drawing on Violence. Comics from Argentina'
The exhibition 'Drawing on Violence. Comics from Argentina' highlights two projects in which comics are used to raise awareness about human rights violations in Argentina
5 - 30 Sept. +INFO

BA 1. BASISCURSUS: KENNISMAKING MET LATIJNS AMERIKA

Periode: 6 sept – 21 okt 2016
dinsdag en vrijdag 11:00 – 13:00u
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LECTURE
What will be left of the left in Venezuela, Ecuador and Bolivia

Pablo Andrade
Universidad Andina Simon Bolivar
9 September, 15:30h

LECTURE
Politics and Resistance to Genetically Modified crops in Brazil and Argentina
Renata Motta, Freie Universität Berlin
23 September, 15:30h

LECTURE
Drugs and violence in the Caribbean
Anthony Harriott, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica
Axel Klein, Swansea University
21 October, 15:30h

MA 1. SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN LATIN AMERICA: Power, participation and governance
Period: 31 Oct – 19 Dec 2016
Time: Monday 13:00 – 16:00h
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BA 2. GESCHIEDENIS, HERINNERING EN IDENTITEIT IN LATIJNS AMERIKA
Periode: 1 nov– 20 dec 2016
Tijd: dinsdag 13:00 – 16:00u
donderdag 16:00 – 18:00u
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BA 3. POLITICS AND PROTEST IN LATIN AMERICA
Period: 2 Nov – 21 Dec 2016
Time: Wednesday 13:00 – 17:00h
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LECTURE
The nature-culture nexus and hybrid governance institutions
Constanza Parra
University of Leuven
18 November, 15:30h

LECTURE
Migrants and music: Hip hop and rap in São Paulo
Derek Pardue, Aarhus University
25 November, 15:30h

FEATURED ARTICLE
ERLACS - European Review
of Latin American
and Caribbean Studies


Featured article - ERLACSIntervention by Invitation? Shared Sovereignty in the Fight against Impunity in Guatemala
Published April 2016


  • PRINCE BERNHARD SCHOLARSHIPS 2016

    Excellent PhD Students and graduate students (intending to do a PhD) from
    The Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and Latin America are invited to submit an application. The scholarships are meant to support innovative research carried out in the fields of economic, political, or cultural relations between the Netherlands/Europe and Latin America. At least one of the scholarships will be awarded to a research proposal in the field of sustainability. +INFO



  • BA 2. GESCHIEDENIS, HERINNERING EN IDENTITEIT IN LATIJNS AMERIKA

    De geschiedenis van Latijns Amerika is van cruciaal belang voor een beter begrip van de hedendaagse sociale, culturele en politieke ontwikkelingen in de regio, zoals de structuur van het landbezit, de politieke cultuur en de sociale en etnische relaties. +INFO

  • BA 4. THE IDENTITY OF THE CITY

    Latin America is the New World, the continent of hope. Hope for a better life for the poor; hope for a more egalitarian society. People used to think that this hope was to be found on the countryside, in the life of the peasants and Indians. +INFO

  • MA 2. CULTURAL RESOURCES IN URBAN LATIN AMERICA:
    Identity, space and gender

    The course is an introduction to the Cultural Resource Approach. The underlying premise of this approach can be found in Andeans and Their Use of Cultural Resources: Space, Gender, Rights & Identity, written by CEDLA researchers. +INFO

  • MA 3. COMMUNITIES AND NATURE IN LATIN AMERICA

    The myriad of rural societies and their patterns of resource use and management we see today are an outcome of, among other things, the interplay between the environmental and social attributes in particular contexts. +INFO

  • BA 7. SCRIPTING ETHNOTYPES IN LATIN AMERICAN VISUAL CULTURE

    For decades officially ignored and masked by discourses on “racial democracy,” the “melting pot,” or “racial harmony,” race and ethnicity-based social and economic inequalities have been documented all over the region. +INFO