The Center for Latin American Studies is becoming the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), providing intellectual space to analyze cultures, histories, politics, and languages of the entire region.
By Ramsey McGlazer | Ramsey McGlazer writes about the process of translating Rita Segato’s seminal work, La crítica de la colonialidad en ocho ensayos (The Critique of Coloniality in Eight Essays).
By franchesca araújo | Following a conversation with Lorgia García Peña, franchesca araújo reflects on Black latinidades in the Caribbean.
By Antonia Mardones Marshall | The efforts to reform Chile's Pinochet-era constitution have been running into the realities of the country's fragmented political landscape. Antonia Mardones Marshall looks at the prospects for further reform.
By Diana Negrín | Diana Negrín organized an event series featuring Rocío Moreno, the representative from Mezcala for the Indigenous Governance Council of Mexico’s Congreso Nacional Indígena.
By Rocío Moreno (translated by Deborah Meacham) | Rocío Moreno describes the Sogorea Te’ Land Trust’s work to "rematriate" Ohlone lands in the San Francisco Bay Area.
By Alex Reep | Mapping the food web that surrounds the Galería El Porvenir market in Cali, Colombia, Alex Reep digs into the consumers, the vendors, and the working of this urban market oasis.
By Ángela Castillo-Ardila, Sebastián Rubiano-Galvis, María Villalpando Páez, and Andrés Caicedo | The Latin American Socionatures Working Group assembled an innovative event series on critical environmental studies.
By Mónica Castillejos-Aragón | As president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador has attacked the independence of that country's judiciary. Mónica Castillejos-Aragón examines the history and current state of that conflict.