2023 Summer Travel Grants for Research on Latin American, Caribbean and Latinx Studies. LACLxS offers small grants to support summer research and travel in Latin America and the Caribbean. Grants […]
News & Announcements Archive
As the result of an international, interdisciplinary conference convened at Johns Hopkins by the Latin America in a Globalizing World Initiative, Dr. Christy Thornton (Assistant Professor, Sociology) and Dr. J. Luis Rodríguez (PhD 2021, Political Science) have published a special issue of the Cambridge Review of International Affairs: "The Liberal International Order and the Global South: A View from Latin America."
The American Society for Legal History (ASLH) selected Casey Lurtz's article, “Codifying Credit: Everyday Contracting and the Spread of the Civil Code in Nineteenth-Century Mexico,” for the 2022 Anne Flemming Article Prize.
Anthropology professor and LACLxS faculty Alessandro Angelini has received a Hunt Postdoctoral Fellowship from the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, a grant meant to support to support innovative writing projects to advance anthropological knowledge. Here are further details on the book project supported by the award.
Prof. Angelina Cotler email@example.com Monday & Wednesday 12:00-1:15 pm266 Mergenthaler HallAS.361.100 – Spring 2023 This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies’ ways of life, […]
Taught by Alexis Hernando (firstname.lastname@example.org) Bloomberg 168, Thursdays 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. AS.360.111 (05) Course Description: The aim of the following class is to introduce undergraduate students to the […]
Professor Casey Lurtz was interviewed for Faculty Focus on JHU Arts & Sciences Weekly (September 2022). Describe your primary research or scholarship, and tell us what is most exciting about […]
We’re so excited to welcome you to the re-launched Johns Hopkins Program in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies, or LACLxS (pronounced Lac-Lax. This is Hopkins, after all!). This is […]
In Fall 2022 LACLxS is thrilled to be collaboration with the Black World Seminar, convened this semester by Dr. Jessica Marie Johnson, to bring four incredible scholars to campus to […]
This fall, LACLxS will convene two important panels on key events in the Americas. First, in conjunction with the Portuguese Language Program, we’ll host a panel on the upcoming presidential […]