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May 5, 2020
On April 30, several of the MacMillan Center’s councils and the Yale Law School collaborated on a webinar titled “Democracy and Rise of Authoritarianism in COVID-19 World” that aimed to shine a light on the anti-democratic processes that are...
Dr. Dasha Chapman, Visiting Professor of Dance at Davidson College leads participants in “Approaching Haitian Dance” through the movements of Yanvalou as a part of the Caribbean Studies Working Group’s Spring 2020 Embodied Interventions Series. Photographs by Teanu Reid, Ph.D. Candidate in African American Studies and History.
April 27, 2020
The Caribbean Studies Working Group is an interdisciplinary group of scholars dedicated to the study of Caribbean culture, identity and society. We do not limit our study solely to the geographical area of the Caribbean Basin, but encourage the...
April 14, 2020
On February 28, 2020, the Council for Latin American and Iberian Studies co-sponsored the 4th Yale Symposium on Chinese Overseas Investment Impacts held at Yale School of the Environment. This year’s symposium, which is entitled “From Policies...
Dr. Adanna Kai Jones, Assistant Professor of Dance at Bowdoin College, leading the first event in the Caribbean Studies Working Group’s Spring 2020 Embodied Interventions Series.   Photographs by Teanu Reid, Ph.D. Candidate in African American Studies and History.
April 9, 2020
The Caribbean Studies Working Group is an interdisciplinary group of scholars dedicated to the study of Caribbean culture, identity and society. We do not limit our study solely to the geographical area of the Caribbean Basin, but encourage the...
Kiloya Dashevski
April 9, 2020
On March 4, the Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies (CLAIS) and the European Studies Council (ESC) hosted presentations to highlight student research projects that were funded by these councils’ travel grants. The event consisted of a...
Photo by Julia Brown
February 17, 2020
The fifth annual Sustainable Development in Latin America and the Caribbean conference, centered on the themes of people, capital and natural resources, drew more than 150 students, faculty and community members to Kroon Hall on February 14. The...
Albert Laguna, Assistant Professor of Ethnicity, Race & Migration and American Studies at Yale University
February 6, 2020
Congratulations! Albert Laguna is the recipient of the 2020 LARR-Pitt Best Article Award for his article “Before the Thaw: The Transnational Routes of Cuban Popular Culture” published in LARR Volume 54 (1). The award committee was chaired by Mónica...