Eckstein Awarded Latin American Studies Association Lifetime Achievement Award
“Dr. Eckstein richly deserves this lifetime career recognition, on the grounds of prolific, high-quality, interdisciplinary scholarship, truly exceptional service to LASA, and broader service to the profession.”
Nolan Publishes New York Times Review of “Witches“
“Though the book chronicles violence against women and those who present as women, it highlights, in both rural and urban communities, an atmosphere of freedom and mobility that is a pleasure to read about.”
Nolan Awarded Russell Sage Foundation Grant to Support New Research
Professor Nolan’s forthcoming research will focus on three periods of deportation: “Operation Wetback” deportations to Mexico, Drug War-related deportations to the Dominican Republic, and the recent deportations of asylum-seekers to Guatemala and El Salvador.
CLAS Video: A Conversation with Juan Villoro
The Center for Latin American Studies hosts Méxican novelist, playwright, and journalist Juan Villoro for an online conversation on Archeology and Literature in México (video available).
Policy Leaders Forum: Mexican Amb. Martha Bárcena Coqui
Martha Bárcena Coqui, Ambassador of Mexico to the United States, spoke as part of the Policy Leaders @BUPardeeSchool series.
Gallagher Interviewed on China and Mexico
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher was interviewed on the economic relationship between China and Mexico.
Gallagher Interviewed on Trump and NAFTA
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses potential changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement under United States President Donald Trump.
Gallagher in The Atlantic on Mexico’s U.S. Dependence
Prof. Kevin Gallagher discusses Mexico’s realization that the country has been overexposed to the United States.
Renata Keller Interviewed on Mexico’s Cold War
Keller interviewed on her new book, ‘Mexico’s Cold War’
Keller in InSight Crime: Cold War Parallels
Professor Renata Keller details parallels between the Cold War and the War on Drugs for InSight Crime.
Keller on Medium: From Cold War to Drug War
The seeds of the global wars on both drugs and terror can be found in Mexico’s experience during the Cold War, says Renata Keller.
Keller Finds Castro Arrest Record
Renata Keller discovers the original 1956 arrest record of future Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
ASC Researcher on WBAI Radio: Eritreans in Mexico
Dan Connell, a visiting researcher with the African Studies Center, said that the Eritrean refugee crisis is reverberating even as far as the Americas.
Keller Publishes Book: Mexico’s Cold War
Pardee School Professor Renata Keller has published the book “Mexico’s Cold War: Cuba, The United States and the Legacy of the Mexican Revolution.”
Gallagher Quoted in China Daily on Mexican Energy Reform
Pardee professor Kevin Gallagher said that Chinese loans would guarantee China a place at the table as Mexico determines its energy future.
Chaos in Mexico: Renata Keller on NECN
Renata Keller discusses corruption and chaos in Mexico with Jim Braude of NECN’s “BroadSide.”