• February 15 – June 15, 2018 From the Collection of Alma Concepción and Arcadio Díaz-Quiñones Princeton, New Jersey.
  • After returning to campus for his 10th year Reunion celebration, Antonio Lacayo ’07 reflects upon what his Princeton experience meant to him. It was a place for exploration, of being completely aware of your identify and yet completely free at the same time.
  • In celebration of the fiftieth year of the Program in Latin American Studies at Princeton University, this installation features artists from Brazil, Chile, Cuba, and Peru.
  • The Program in Latin American Studies (PLAS) is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an array of exciting and thought-provoking events this semester. Over Princeton’s history, PLAS has been and continues to be the home for scholars and students seeking to engage with the history and the contemporary issues that characterize Latin America.
  • Cecilia Palmeiro '09 is a professor of Latin American literature and queer theory at New York University Buenos Aires. She is also a longterm member of Ni una menos, the transnational Latin American feminist movement that started in Argentina. -Image by Sebastián Freire
  • This fall, Princeton faculty teaching “The Interdisciplinary Design Studio” are introducing 12 students to architectural and urban design issues to help build their critical thinking and design skills. Central to the course was a fall-break trip to Brazil where students gained firsthand experience of the topics discussed on campus.


Sounding Board

Wednesday, Mar 7, 2018
Emeritus Professor  Arcadio Díaz Quiñones writes on Puerto Rico, silenced history, and memory.
Friday, Feb 23, 2018
Chilean writer Ariel Dorfman on Pablo Neruda, immigration, and Spanish war refugees in the 1930s and reflects on the meaning of solidarity today