NCCLA Conferences

Simpson College

2019 NCCLA Conference

October 24-26, 2019

Simpson College
Indianola, IA

NCCLA revised schedule
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Past conferences

2018, Eau Claire, WI
The Role of Latin American Studies in Breaking Barriers and Bridging Divides

2017, Madison, WI
NCCLA:  50 Years of Researching, Discovering and Celebrating Latin America

2016, UW-La Crosse
Ties That Bind:  Latin American Studies in a Global World

2015, Carroll University (Waukesha, WI)
Immigration, Emigration, Exile, and Return

2014, St. Olaf College (Northfield, Minnesota)
Latin America in a Global Context: Then and Now

2013, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
Negotiating Culture and Power in Latin America

2012, Hope College (Holland, MI)
Great Themes in Latin America

2011, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
The Old and New: Change and Continuity in Latin America

2010, Augustana College (Rock Island, IL)
The Past in the Present: Revolutions Then and Now

2009, Simpson College (Indianola, IA)
Borders, Interconnections and Latin America: Past and Present

2008, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (Whitewater, WI)
Latin America’s Cultural Diversity: Art, Politics and History

2007, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire (Eau Claire, WI)
Latin America: Change, Identity and Movement

2006, Minnesota State University (Mankato, MN)
1966-2006: Four Decades of Art, Culture, and Society in Latin America

2005, Marian College (Fond du Lac, WI)
Latin America and the World: Interconnections, Impact, and Independence

2004, Luther College (Decorah, IA)
Latin America: Visions of Social Justice in a Global World

2003, University of Nebraska at Omaha (NE)
Latin America: Globalization and Transnational Communities

2002, UW-Platteville (WI)
Latin America in the Americas: Unity and Diversity, Assimilation and Autonomy

2001, Simpson College (Indianola, IA)
Neighborly Adversaries: The Flow of Influence between Latin America and the United States

2000, UW-Milwaukee (WI)
Reconciling the Past, Envisioning the Future: Latin America in the 21st Century