Spring 2023 Colloquium
Learn more about "Musíca de Vaivén: The Habanera Diaspora."
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Indigenous and Diasporic Languages
Study Quechua and Haitian Creole with leading faculty at the center.
Read blog posts from students conducting research in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Since 1966, NYU's Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies has served as a nexus for students, faculty, and community.
Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
CLACS is home to a group of core faculty and also draws upon the strengths of more than 100+ research-active affiliated faculty.
Quechua instructor, writer, and poet Odi Gonzales was recently honored at the Feria Internacional del Libro Cusco.
Ana G. Álvarez is currently working on a documentary on transwomen and repression during the 70s and 80s in Argentina.
Wynnie Lamour teaches Haitian Creole at the center using a deep cultural lens to teach a revolutionary language.
Pamela Calla is a Bolivian anthropologist engaged with issues of gender, race, class, and state formation in Latin America.