Upcoming and recent events held by the Centre for Contemporary Latin American Studies and at Schools across the University.
Jun 17 2019 -
Book Culture in Buenos Aires: Growing Readerships
A CCLAS colloquium with a keynote by novelist and screenwriter, Claudia Piñeiro.
Reviewing, discussing and proposing means to achieve more inclusive, equal, sustainable and safe cities.
A CPD seminar for Spanish language teachers held in association with the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
Join us for this year's Latin American Cultural Colloquium, with guest speaker Dr Luis Cárcamo-Huechante, from University of Texas-Austin.
This year the colloquium focuses on the different cultural practices which record the shifting relationships between humans and nature.
We are delighted to invite you to this one-day symposium of talks and round tables on the topic of democracy in Latin America.
This two-day course will discuss the cartography of power and the structures of knowledge of the world-system we have inhabited since the 16th century.
Professor Eduardo Becerra (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) will be giving a seminar titled: "Nuevas ficciones políticas en América Latina".
Friends of Chile, join us for this year’s Chilean Day, with a documentary screening, a talk on Chile’s extraordinary natural beauty, and Chilean wine and food!
If you have ever wondered what the role of countries in Latin America have been in terms of sustainable practices? Come and join us for the day where we will attempt to find an answer.
Scholars from the UK, Spain and Latin America will present papers on a range of Latin American cultural topics, from chronicles to banditry in literature, cumbia in Argentina to Hélio Oiticica's marginal art.
PhD candidate in Hispanic Studies, Bárbara Fernández Melleda, will participate in the launch of Carmen Berenguer’s book Bobby Sands desfallece en el muro.
Achieving Environmental and Social Policy Integration in the Latin American Context
Laura Rival will be giving a seminar titled "Achieving Environmental and Social Policy Integration in the Latin American Context" as part of the Human Geography Seminar Series hosted by Dr Marisa Wilson.
The Brazilian Evening is a celebration of the diversity of UoE’s research and teaching on Brazil. Edinburgh academics from across schools and three visiting researchers from Brazilian universities will give talks in order to showcase the dynamics of some of our research on Brazilian studies.
Professor Mark Aspinwall (Edinburgh, CIDE Mexico) will be giving a seminar on the topic of Mexico as a rising star among emerging economies.
The Mexican Society will be celebrating the Mexican Independence with Tacos in the Teviot student union.
Come and join the Latin American Society for an evening of drinks and dancing.