Each spring, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University Consortium in Latin American Studies sponsors an academic conference inviting Duke and UNC graduate students, faculty, and national and international visiting scholars to participate.
2016 CONSORTIUM CONFERENCE
THE CONSORTIUM IN LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN STUDIES
at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University
Latin America and the Caribbean: Approximations of the Past, Anticipation of the Future
Friday, February 12. Franklin Center: It will be available in the two hospital garages for those coming from outside of Duke. One garage is on Trent Drive, near the Duke South Clinics building (about 1 block from the Franklin Center). The other is at the corner of Erwin Road and Fulton Street, across from the Duke Hospital and next to the Franklin Center. Enter the garage from the back, off of Elba Street. The lot behind the Pickens Health Clinic is only available as of 5:30 pm. Anyone parking there before 5:30 pm does so at their own risk and may be ticketed and/or towed. We will have a limited number of coupons for the garages available for conference presenters and moderators. Please car-pool when possible.
Saturday, February 13. Free parking is available in the garage under the Fedex Global Education Center building.
2016 CONFERENCE PROGRAM
The UNC – Duke Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies is pleased to invite you to participate to the 10th annual Consortium Conference, to take place February 11 to 13, 2016 at Duke University’s John Hope Franklin Center and UNC’s FedEx Global Education Center.
This year the conference emphasizes collaborative work in Latin American and Caribbean Studies, exemplified by the research, scholarship, and practice of current scholars working at the UNC and Duke Consortium. Panels will focus on issues related to theory and praxis of Latin American studies from the social sciences, humanities, arts, health and environmental sciences. For more information, contact Miguel Rojas Sotelo (email@example.com), Natalie Hartman (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Beatriz Riefkohl-Muñiz (email@example.com).
The conference is free and open to the public