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Undergraduate students majoring or minoring in Latin American and Caribbean Studies are welcome to join the student-led undergraduate organization, LACSA. To connect with the current LACSA leaders, please send an email to email@example.com with the phrase "new LACSA student" in the subject line. In 2011-2012, LACSA organized a conference entitled "Conceptualizing Development in Latin America." (See Conference photos below). Students who are interested in organizing the Spring conference in the 2012-2013 school year, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also follow some of our undergraduate student travel and academic blogs here. If you would like for us to share your blog, please email us at email@example.com with the phrase "share blog" in the subject line.
If you are an undergraduate student interested in academic or other information, please click on the Information for Students tab.
The Latin American and Caribbean Studies program is pleased to announce the winners of our annual essay contest for the Best Student Paper in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. We are very pleased with the results as there were many excellent submissions.
The two Co-Winners are:
We want to thank all students for their submissions. We look forward to an even more competitive contest next year with great prizes!
Congratulations Ramiro and Aaron!
Liam McGinty, "The Gaucho and Argentine Identity"
Christine Woodward, "Viva a Revolução – Sent from my iPhone: Politics, culture, and the Fora PM movement"
A big congratulations to all of the LACSA students who organized the 2012 Spring Student Conference! The conference was a huge success and we look forward to another conference next Spring. Conference images below. For more photos, visit the LACSA page by clicking here.
|Latin American and Caribbean Studies|
|Box 353650, 122 Thomson Hall|
|University of Washington|
|Seattle, WA 98195|
|►||Advising: (206) 543-6001|
|Dr. Josť Antonio Lucero|
|Dr. Linda Iltis|
|Academic Advisor for Minors|
|Academic Advisor for Majors|