The impressive roster of graduate students come from different regions of Brazil and are studying a broad array of disciplines.
Teacher training at UCLA inspires educators to examine "The Beautiful Game" and bring the world's most popular sport into the classroom
At a recent meeting with Mexican experts from across the UCLA campus, Mexican Consul General Carlos M. Sada expressed a keen interest in collaborating with the university.
Listen to a presentation by clinicians and social scientists who explore the intersection between humanitarianism, medicine, and anthropology among communities in Latin America.
The Center for Brazilian Studies director is highlighted in an article on the work of UCLA professor and engineer Aydogan Ozcan.
Physicians and social scientists spoke about the relationship between humanitarianism, medicine and anthropology in Latin America on May 2 at the final symposium in a series hosted by the Latin American Institute.
On April 29, a performance event cosponsored by the Latin American Institute and the Center for Brazilian Studies will explore theater and incarceration in Brazil.
Listen to a presentation by clinicians and social scientists who explore the intersection between medicine, surgery and anthropology among communities in Brazil.
UCLA professor of Spanish & Portuguese Verónica Cortínez, a native of Chile, discusses her research, favorite films and vision for the Center for Argentina, Chile and the Southern Cone under her leadership.
High school teachers of English from Brazil learn the ins and outs of American culture and slang at UCLA Extension.
The Lemann Foundation of Brazil has renewed funding for faculty travel grants to visit top Brazilian universities and research institutions in 2014.
Announcement of winning submissions and Q&A with Walter Thompson Hernandez, who submitted photos from a trip to Cuba.
Prominent scholar of colonial Latin America, ehtnohistory of central Mexico, and UCLA professor passes away on January 17, 2014.
For José Luiz Passos, winning two of the most prestigious literary awards in Brazil is only the beginning of a long journey to find an American publisher.
José Luiz Passos, UCLA professor of Brazilian literature and culture, has been awarded two of the Portuguese-speaking world's most prestigious awards for his novel, "O sonâmbulo amador (The Amateur Sleepwalker).”
Conference panel finds that the Allende government (1970–73) presided over a push from below that resulted in significant industrial and agrarian reforms in Chile, supported by the Unidad Popular coalition.
Brazilian studies at UCLA involves professional schools across campus, supported by the Center for Brazilian Studies, the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the excellent Brazil collection of the UCLA Library.
A yearlong Foreign Language and Area Studies Scholarship gave Michelle Sinness the confidence to become a Departmental Scholar, enabling her to complete a double B.A. and an M.A. in five years.
Two day conference (Nov. 8-9) will examine the history and legacy of Chile’s military dictatorship and struggles for democracy, past and present.
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