"latin america" blog posts
Iberian and Latin American Week 2021
Taking place from Monday 8th February to Friday 12th February, #IBLAW21 will bring you a taste of the languages, literature, visual arts, and musical traditions of Iberia and Latin America through online events and workshops.
Posted on: 4 February 2021
Blue and Gold Passion — A History of Boca Juniors
What is it like to start a career in writing and journalism after you graduate? Daniel Williamson (Latin American Studies, 2014) tells us how his studies in Liverpool and Year Abroad in Argentina inspired him to write about football, resulting in his recently published book 'Blue and Gold Passion: A History of Boca Juniors'.
Posted on: 21 August 2020
Researching Race, Registrations and Documentation in Latin America and the Caribbean
Dr Eve Hayes de Kalaf is an honorary fellow at the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures and a sociolegal specialist working on questions of race, legal identity and citizenship-stripping practices in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Posted on: 17 June 2020
Iberian and Latin American Week 2019
Taking place from Monday 28 October to Friday 1 November, the Iberian And Latin American Week will bring a taster of Iberian and Latin American Studies’ shared knowledge and interest in the Hispanic and Lusophone world to students.
Posted on: 14 October 2019
“The Edge of Democracy”: Explaining Brazil’s political crisis
Our Latin American politics expert, Dr Marieke Riethof, discusses the latest news in Brazilian politics in light of a new documentary on Brazil, “The Edge of Democracy” (directed by Petra Costa, 2019, available on Netflix).
Posted on: 27 June 2019
Music, cinema, language... Introducing Iberian and Latin American Week 2018
Taking place from Monday 29 October to Sunday 4 November, the Iberian And Latin American Week will bring a taster of Iberian and Latin American Studies’ shared knowledge and interest in the Hispanic and Lusophone world to students.
Posted on: 23 October 2018