Radio Ambulante

Radio Ambulante is an award-winning Spanish language podcast that uses long-form audio journalism to tell neglected and under-reported Latin American and Latino stories. Find more at their website or on NPR’s website.… Continue Reading »

2019 Summer Teacher Institute

July 10-12, 2019
A generation has passed since the 1987 Central American peace accords which promised to end the civil wars and lay the foundation for democratic practice in the region.  El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, however, are today some of the world’s most violent societies.  The current migration crisis highlights the fragility of institutions…… Continue Reading »

Fall 2018 Student Award Recipients

CLACS is proud to announce the student recipients of the Fall 2018 award cycle. Congratulations to Marissa Paulson (BA, Global Communication; Portuguese) and Sugeiry Berroa (BA, Global Studies; Portuguese) for receiving the Donald R. Shea Scholarship! This scholarship may be … Continue Reading »

LACUSL Lecture Series

The First LACUSL Lecture series of the Spring 2019 semester will occur Friday January 25th, 2019 at the American Geographical Society Library in the Golda Meir library. “Bringing Memory Home or a Journey of Rebuilding : The Digital Repatriation of the Archive … Continue Reading »

Digital Resource on Cuba

Thanks to the research and digitization efforts of Regional Faculty Associate Dr. Omar Granados and Librarian David Mindel (UW-La Crosse), CLACS contributed to a new digital resource, Freedom Flotilla, which documents the Cuban Marielistas who were placed at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin upon their arrival in 1980.… Continue Reading »