Agents of Exchange

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Women’s Roles in Forming the Latin American Literary Canon
an international virtual symposium
February 16, 2024
Even before the 1868 translation of Sarmiento’s ‘Facundo’ by Mary Tyler Mann, women’s contributions have been crucial to the development of the Latin American literary canon.… Continue Reading »

2023 CLACS Summer Teacher Institute

drawing of the city of Guadalajara, Mexico

July 18-20, 2023
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (in-person)
This institute examines innovative projects in Latin America to create more livable, equitable and sustainable urban spaces.  It explores initiatives which confront the challenges of climate change, urban growth, and marginality with participatory and community-building programs. … Continue Reading »

LACUSL Speaker Series: Raul Galván

Tuesday, March 7th, 2023
2:30pm Central
AGSL, UWM Libraries (3rd floor)
Galván’s project stems from research first undertaken by friends and family in the Canary Islands and his own subsequent research. It highlights the origins of two families – the León family and the Galván family … Continue Reading »

2022-23 CLACS Faculty Fellows Series

CLACS is pleased to share upcoming opportunities to learn more about the work of the 2022-23 CLACS Faculty Fellows, who focused their projects on the theme, Stories, Voices and Perspectives. Stories further expression, connect individuals and communities, educate others, reflect, and inspire social, political, and economic change.… Continue Reading »

The LACUSL Major ePortfolio Requirement

February 22, 2023
Northwest Quadrant (NWQ) D 1921
Join this hands-on working session to get started on your ePortfolio, a requirement for completion of the LACUSL major. Even if not a LACUSL major, you’ll find that a visual portfolio is a valuable asset for your career or future studies. … Continue Reading »