These are just some highlights of recent faculty work exploring this region. For additional faculty publications, please visit the Brandeis Faculty Guide.
The Avant-Garde and Geopolitics in Latin America
by Fernando Rosenberg
The Lords of Lambityeco
co-authored by Javier Urcid
Maya Archaeology 1: Featuring the Ancient Maya Murals of San Bartolo, Guatemala
Edited by Charles Golden
Why Gender in Wildlife Conservation: Notes from the Peruvian Amazon
by M. Cristina Espinosa
Latin America & the Caribbean
Personal journeys are at the heart of Brandeis activity in Latin America and its diasporic communities. These journeys take the form of active learning opportunities - from the Jane’s Travel Grant for Latin American Research to study abroad programs in 14 Latin American countries. Faculty members conduct research on everything from alternative energy sources to economic trends across the Caribbean, Central and South America. On campus, these personal journeys involve international students, scholars and activists from across the region bringing their heritage to Brandeis through one of the University’s most active student organizations, a weekly language exchange with Latino residents in Waltham, visiting lectures and residencies and a film series.
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