Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies

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February 4, 2020
The Council for Latin American and Iberian Studies hosted our second Brazil Activities Fair on Friday, January 24, 2020 from 4 - 6pm.  More than 100 people came to Luce Hall to learn more about the diverse array of research, activities, and...
Oriol Junqueras, president of the Republican Left of Catalonia, speaking in the Congress of Deputies, May 2019.
January 21, 2020
In last November’s Spanish election, the center-left Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) headed by Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez won 28 percent of the vote and 120 of the 350 seats in the Congress of Deputies and the left-of-PSOE Unidas Podemos led...
Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez after the Spanish Congress of Deputies approved the new Socialist-Podemos government yesterday.
January 8, 2020
On November 10, Spanish voters went to the polls for the fourth time in the last four years and, as happened in the elections in December 2015, June 2016 and last April, no party or, for that matter, likely coalition of parties, won a majority of...
December 18, 2019
The Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies (CLAIS) and the European Studies Council (ESC) invites Yale Students who have conducted academic travel, research, or internship experiences in Latin America, the Caribbean, or Europe to submit...
December 12, 2019
On December 12, the Common Room on the second floor of Luce Hall was filled with the sound of laughter, ping pong balls ringing, and sprinkles pouring as the MacMillan Center enjoyed a respite from the end-of-semester hustle with pizza and holiday...
November 22, 2019
On Oct. 18, the Universidad de San Andrés and Yale University co-sponsored the conference, “Perspectives on Poverty and Human Development (link is external)” in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The event was held as part of the celebrations to mark the...
PSOE leader and Acting Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez and Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias signing a preliminary agreement last Tuesday to form a coalition government.
November 19, 2019
On Nov. 10, Spanish voters went to the polls for the fourth time in the last four years and, as happened in the elections in December 2015, June 2016, and last April, no party won a majority of the 350 seats in the Congress of Deputies. Nor, in the...