Event Re-Cap: Trump, Mexico and Latin America

On December 13th, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, in conjunction with¬†Columbia University’s Institute of Latin American Studies and supported by NYU’s Mexican Student Association, hosted a panel discussion that delved into what Trump’s presidency means for Latin America. The discussion was led by¬†Global Distinguished Professor of Politics and Latin American and CaribbeanContinue reading “Event Re-Cap: Trump, Mexico and Latin America”

On the Fringe of Memory: Discovering Paine

Posted by Anna Rappoport- MA Candidate at CLACS at NYU It is easy to interact with memory in Santiago- every neighborhood displays it proudly. From street art in Barrio Brasil and Barrio Yungay, to the polished, classically inspired architecture that surrounds La Moneda. However, public representations of memory regarding the events of September 11th, 1973Continue reading “On the Fringe of Memory: Discovering Paine”