CLACS is pleased to invite applications for grants in support of summer field research by Indiana University graduate students with interests in Latin America or the Caribbean. These grants are made possible by generous support from the IU College of Arts and Sciences, School of Global and International Studies, the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and the School of Education.
Applications are due February 2, 2015 by 5:00pm EST via e-mail: clacs[at]indiana.edu.
The whispering winter winds may have engulfed IU, but it isn't too early to start thinking about courses for summer 2015. Adventure through Yucatán, Mexico and study international tourism; study cultural ecology and sustainable agriculture in Jamaica; stroll through the streets of Havana to witness Cuba's boldest social reforms since the revolution, or perform anthropological fieldwork in Oaxaca, Mexico. Visit our summer 2015 course page for more information, and prepare for a real summertime adventure.
Postrevolutionary Cuban Literature and Film
12pm, IMU Walnut Rm
Cuban-U.S. Relations: The Cultural Context
12pm, IMU State Rm East
Contemporary Currents in Caribbean Studies
2pm, IMU State Room East
Politics and Presidentes
2pm, Maurer Law School rm 122
Subestimados: Prospects and Challenges of Social Mobility
Informatics East rm 130
Latin American Research Forum
2pm, Woodburn Hall 121