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.
ANCLAS Senior Associate Dr Tracy Beck Fenwick has published in Saturday’s Canberra Times.
Dr Tracy Fenwick, ANCLAS Senior Associate and Director of ANU’s Australian Centre for Federalism published What democracy is and is not: Lessons from 18F in Argentina in Saturday... ›› read more
ANCLAS Deputy Director article on Brazilian leadership published in International Politics
ANCLAS Deputy Director, Dr Sean W. Burges, has published a paper entitled “Revisiting Consensual Hegemony: Brazilian Regional Leadership in Question” in the leading scholarly... ›› read more
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L.J Hume Centre, Copland Building (24) 1st Floor, Room 1171, ANU
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