Latin American Studies
The multidisciplinary nature of Latin American Studies enables students to tailor their academic preparation for careers across a wide range of fields. Whether your interests lie in business, government, law, media, education, intelligence, foreign service/diplomatic relations, cultural brokering, development, inter-governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, journalism,or tourism, Latin American Studies has much to offer. At the same time, many Latin American Studies students draw on their training to pursue graduate study in a variety of fields at both the masters and doctoral levels.
Working Paper Series 2011-2012
The LAS Working Paper Series is a co-operative endeavor between Simon Fraser University's Latin American Studies program and the University of British Columbia.
March 1, 2013: Congratulations to Tom Allen and Monika Krzeminska on their Graduate International Research Travel Award wins!
Read about graduate student, Elizabeth Stoiaken's research travel report to Comayagua, Honduras here.
Saturday, Mar 23 - 11:15am
Smashed windows on pizzarias, stolen signs, hunger strikes, the Anti-Gentrification League. All vague reminders of Latin American phenomena, with...
Friday, Mar 15 - 12:11pm
Most Definitely not. It’s all mudslinging now, on who did what to whom during the Dirty War. Did Pope Frank snitch on the two Jesuits who wound up...