NCCLAS 2020

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Due to concerns over coronavirus, this conference has been canceled. We regret not being able to see you all this year.

Wall with colorful grafitti, containing text Engaging Latin American Realities, title of conference.

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University and the Latin American Studies Program at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte are pleased to announce the second annual North Carolina Conference on Latin American Studies (NC/CLAS). NC/CLAS 2020 seeks to bring together scholars, specialists, and graduate students in North Carolina engaged in the diverse and multiple disciplinary domains dedicated to Latin American and Latino/a studies, past and present.

The theme of NC/CLAS 2020 will be dedicated to “Engaging Latin American Realities.” NC/CLAS 2020 will be hosted at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte on March 20-March 21, 2020. The Program of Events can be seen here. The deadline for registration is March 6, 2020. Please send inquiries to:

Louis A. Pérez, Jr.
Director
Institute for the Study of the Americas
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
perez@email.unc.edu

Beatriz Riefkohl Muñiz
Executive Director
Institute for the Study of the Americas
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
riefkohl@email.unc.edu

NC/CLAS 2020 is made possible through funds from the US Department of Education, the Mellon Foundation, the William Wilson Brown Endowment, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Latin American Studies Program.

On behalf of the Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University and the Latin American Studies Program at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, we look forward to seeing you all in Charlotte.

NC/CLAS Organizing Committee:

Jürgen Buchenau
Latin American Studies Program University of North Carolina at Charlotte Charlotte, NC

Dennis A. Clements III
Duke Global Health Institute Duke University Durham, NC

Natalie Hartman
Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies Duke University Durham, NC

Louis A. Pérez, Jr.
Institute for the Study of the Americas University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC

Beatriz Riefkohl Muñiz
Institute for the Study of the Americas University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC

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