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New degree: Bachelor of Latin American Studies
New degree: Bachelor of Latin American Studies

New degree: Bachelor of Latin American Studies

An exciting new degree designed for students interested in the social, political, historical and cultural life of Latin America...

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POLS2095, Semester 1
POLS2095, Semester 1

POLS2095, Semester 1

Latin America has experimented with every political trend of the 20th century- liberalism, fascism, socialism, corporatism, democracy, and military dictatorship. It has also illustrated some of the extremes of economic policy- from heavily statist administrations to the most ruthless application of neo-liberalism.

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POLS1007, Semester 2
POLS1007, Semester 2

POLS1007, Semester 2

An introduction to Latin American studies. What is Latin America, who lives there, where did they come from, and what are the issues that dominate their lives?

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HIST2230, Semester 2 2014
HIST2230, Semester 2 2014

HIST2230, Semester 2 2014

This course provides an overview of the conquest and colonisation of Latin America.

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Latin America, home to more than half a billion people, is a diverse group of countries and regions. It spans two continents and two hemispheres. Its people and cultures derive from every part of the globe: from pre-Hispanic, American origins, others from Africa, Europe and Asia. Latin America’s importance to Australia is growing, with business interaction, educational exchange, tourism and cultural contact increasing rapidly. ANCLAS promotes research and teaching in Latin American Studies, particularly in the fields of the social sciences and humanities and economics.

News

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12 June 2014

These Protests Will Accomplish Very Little New York Times, June 20, 2013 Carlos Pio ANCLAS Associate Carlos Pio is a professor of international political economy at the Universidade de... ›› read more

Brazil’s unique approach to foreign aid

30 May 2014

As Brazil draws increasing media attention in the weeks leading up to the soccer world cup, Dr Sean Burges looks at why Brazil’s international aid program differs from the standard... ›› read more

Upcoming events

All ANCLAS events are free and open to all. Refreshments are served and there is no RSVP required. We encourage you to attend!

Crafting Democracies: Learning from Political Leaders to Shape the Future

5:00pm, Tuesday 2 Sep 2014
The Hall, University House, Balmain Cres (Bldg 1), Canberra
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Professor Abraham F. (Abe) Lowenthal, University of Southern California

2014 Latin American and the Shifting Sands of Global Power Conference

9:00am, Wednesday 10 Sep 2014
Haydon-Allan Lecture Theatre (The Tank)
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Latin America Business Briefing

12:30pm, Friday 12 Sep 2014
the Sir Redmond Barry Room, Victorian Government's Investment Centre, Level 46, 55 Collins Street, Melbourne
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