By Sarah McClure | Discussing the plans of Governor Sergio Fajardo of Antioquia, Colombia, to provide alternatives to violence through innovative educational initiatives.
By Daniel M. Kammen, Rebekah Shirley, Juan Pablo Carvallo, and Diego Ponce de Leon Barido| Developing strategies to help Latin America make the switch to sustainable energy, Berkeley students build modeling tools that help identify cost-effective energy reforms.
By Robert Stahl | Confronting a nutritional paradox in Latin America: the region still needs to combat stunting and undernutrition, but obesity is also on the rise.
By Erica Hellerstein | Continuing the exploration of his personal Narnia, Daniel Alarcón’s latest novel At Night We Walk in Circles is set in a nameless Latin American country that closely resembles Peru.
By Krista Brune | Writing about exiles, immigrants, refugees — people whose past and future tense are in different languages — is at the core of the work of Brazilian poet and novelist Adriana Lisboa.