In addition to its instructional activity, the UI Latin American Studies Program organizes a range of public programming activities, brings scholars from Latin America to campus, and fosters institutional linkages. Campus activities each semester include film series, photography and art exhibits, conferences, roundtable discussions, and lectures. Recent events include public lectures on community media and violence in Mexico and Colombia, the cultural legacies of the 1960s in Latin America, and the annual Charles A. Hale Lecture in Latin American Studies. In the past, LASP cosponsored an interdisciplinary symposium on the Latino Midwest and the International Conference of the American Portuguese Studies Association.
Princeton in Latin America (PiLA) (a fellowship opportunity that pairs recent college graduates with NGOs and community, government, and multilaterial organizations throughout Latin America and the Caribbean).
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