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Caribbean, Latin American & Latino Studies

Masters of Arts in Humanities in Caribbean and Latin/o American Studies (CLAS)
A Multi-Sited Pre-Professional Program in Advanced Studies and Research

Professor Buscaglia presents at the CSA

May 29, 2014

Buscaglia presented a paper that is part of his ongoing work and forthcoming book on the geopolitics of the Caribbean.

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The Caribbean in the Arctic: the continuing saga of Alonso Ramírez

February 16, 2014

Listen to Prof. Buscaglia’s remarks at  Leonor Taiano’s defense in Tromso, Norway.

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Buscaglia serves as opponent in PhD dissertation defense

February 14, 2014

Professor José Buscaglia served as first opponent in the defense of Leonor Taiano Campoverde’s thesis “Entre mecenazgo y piratería: Una recontextualización histórica e ideológica de Infortunios de Alonso Ramírez“. The  successful defense for the degree of Philosophiae Doctor took place at the University of Tromso (UiT), the Arctic University of Norway on February 14, 2014. […]

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Prof. Muller to give major talk

February 12, 2014

Program Associate Director, Prof. Dalia Antonia Muller will present her most recent research, soon to appear in her first book. The lecture is entitled Becoming Revolutionary Émigrés: Cuban Politics Made in Mexico During the 1890s and it will take place in 532 Park Hall, UB North Campus, from  3:00-5:00 PM on Friday, February 28, 2014.

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Independence, a new novel by CLAS professor Cecil Foster

February 3, 2014

Our very own professor Cecil Foster has now released his latest novel, entitled Independence. Read more about it here!

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Program Director Buscaglia recieves 2013 Nicolás Guillén Prize for Philosophical Literature

December 4, 2013

Professor Buscaglia was honored with the 2013  Nicolás Guillén Prize for Philosophical Literature bestowed by the Caribbean Philosophical Association (CPA). Past recipients of this award include Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez and other major Caribbean writers such as Wilson Harris, Edwidge Danticat and Junot Díaz. According to the selection committee of the CPA, the award […]

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