The Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) offers small grants to support summer research and travel in Latin America and the Caribbean. Grants are awarded on a competitive basis, and the competition is open to all undergraduate (except senior) and graduate students of the Johns Hopkins University. Click to learn more.
News & Events Archive
Join us Feb. 20 for the PLAS Seminar featuring Rosario Queirolo: The Success of the Left in America.
These lectures are held on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood Campus and are free and open to all.
This new, exciting program provides a select group of undergraduates the opportunity to pursue an integrated, consecutive 5-year dual-degree BA/MA between JHU and Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) that will lead to the MA in World History from UPF. JHU students will spend either the Fall or Spring of their Junior Year at UPF earning credits […]
Join us Feb. 19 for the PLAS Seminar featuring Julia Kushigian: Negotiating Intellectual Smugness: Rearticulating and Re-presenting Hispanic and Self-Orientalism(s).
Join us Feb. 3 for the PLAS Seminar featuring Molly Warsh: The Changing Nature of Dominion, c. 1635-1660.
Take a look at the schedule of PLAS events for the Spring 2015 semester.
Take a look at the schedule of PLAS events for the Fall 2014 semester.
Join us on Sept. 11 for the PLAS Seminar with Jeffrey Needell, Brazil's Abolitionist Movement: The Narrative, Sources, and Historiography.
Thursday, September 11 from 12-1 in Mergenthaler 266 Professor Jeffrey D. Needell (University of Florida/History & Latin American Studies) The workshop will be a discussion of his important 2001 Journal of Latin American Studies article “The Abolition of the Brazilian Slave Trade in 1850: Historiography, Slave Agency and Statesmanship” Tuesday, September 16 from 12-1 in […]