On 12 September, Professor Eduardo Posada-Carbó gave the inaugural lecture at the seminar ‘20 años de estudios sobre el Caribe colombiano’, held in Cartagena to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Banco de la República’s Centro de Estudios de Economía Regional (CEER). Established in
SIAS is delighted to announce that Timothy Power and Philip Robins have successfully completed the Recognition of Distinction exercise and are now full professors.
Hosted by the Faculty of History, Professor Eduardo Posada-Carbó gave the 2017 Stulman Lecture at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on 6th April. His lecture, ‘Revolutionary elections in the Americas, 1800-1910’, focused on the relationship between contentious elections and civil conflic
Faculty and students of the Latin American Centre participated in the Brazil Forum UK, held at LSE on 13 May and at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford, on 14 May.
An opinion piece from a former student of the Latin American Centre and current DPhil at Oxford has been published on the Venezuela situation, 'The End of Autocracy on Venezuela?' in the Al Jazeera.
The Annual Guido Di Tella Memorial Lecture: Rights, Claims and Trials: Legal strategies as policy tools will be held in the Pavilion Room, Gateway Building, St Antony's College.
Sofia Donoso received a research grant from CLACSO (Buenos Aires) and The New School (New York City) which includes short research leaves at both institutions.
Hugo Rojas Corral (Doctoral Candidate in Sociology at Oxford, under the supervision of Professor Leigh A.
Dr Olga Onuch received a John Fell Fund Grant with Dr. Sorana Toma at QEH to study the relationship between migration and protest in Eastern Europe and Latin America.
Invited by the cluster on “Rights and Legal Institutions” of the Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI), Dr Francesca Lessa presented her book Memory and Transitional Justice in Argentina and Uruguay: Against Impunity on December 4 at the Bergen Resource Centre for International Development.
The development of electoral institutions and practices in Honduras, 1824-1894, was the topic of Dr. Ethel García at the Oxford Latin American History Seminar, held at the LAC on 27 November. Dr.
Central America constitutes a fascinating case study of the challenges, opportunities and characteristics of the process of transformation in today’s global economy.