• Chicana Movidas
    Join us in the CSRC Library for a panel discussion featuring co-editors and contributors Maylei Blackell, Marisela Chavez, María Eugenia Cotera, Dionne Espinoza, and Anna NietoGomez, among others.

    Tuesday, October 23, 2018
    Chicano Studies Research Center
    4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

  • A escrita de mulheres na literatura brasileira
    A talk by Milenna Britto, Universidade Federal da Bahia, as part of the Colloquium on Brazil.

    Wednesday, October 24, 2018
    11372 Bunche
    3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  • UCLA Tops REMEZCLA's List of Latin American Studies Programs
    Latin American Studies at UCLA #1 for Latino millennial digital publisher, REMEZCLA

  • The UCLA Colloquium on Brazil
    A forum for graduate students, post-doc fellows, faculty, and guest-speakers to present their research on Brazil

  • American Society for Ethnohistory
    UCLA faculty, students, and alumni will present at American Society for Ethnohistory's Annual Meeting in Oaxaca.

  • Explorando y conociendo nuestra cultura náhua
    The 2018 Nahuatl Conference, organized and sponsored by the Western Alliance for Nahuatl, featured several panelists with the first focusing on the exploration and learning of modern Nahua culture.

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UCLA Tops REMEZCLA's List of Latin American Studies Programs

Latin American Studies at UCLA #1 for Latino millennial digital publisher, REMEZCLA

American Society for Ethnohistory

UCLA faculty, students, and alumni will present at American Society for Ethnohistory's Annual Meeting in Oaxaca.

Explorando y conociendo nuestra cultura náhua

The 2018 Nahuatl Conference, organized and sponsored by the Western Alliance for Nahuatl, featured several panelists with the first focusing on the exploration and learning of modern Nahua culture.

Celebrating indigenous Nahua culture

Attendees of a recent Nahuatl conference and festival were treated to panels and cultural workshops that explored the phonetics of the Nahuatl language, the modern Nahua people and their connection to the Los Angeles community.

From the Andes to the World

Fabiana Li, University of Manitoba, discussed the effects of globalization on quinoa.

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