Throughout the academic year, PLAS-sponsored and co-sponsored events enable the campus community to experience the Latin American world right here at Princeton. From lectures by some of the world's leading thinkers to arts programs that spark new inspiration and challenge old assumptions, each offering is unique. Yet taken together, they foster a vibrant, ever-evolving dialogue about the region.
Bridgette Werner: Rivers of Blood: Violence & Rural Transformation in Bolivia's 1952 Revolution
Andrés Di Tella: Diaries, Notes & Sketches
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill: The Birth of the Contemporary Avant-Garde in Guatemala, 1965-1974
Amy C. Offner: Sorting Out the Mixed Economy: The Rise and Fall of Welfare and Developmental States in the Americas
Javier Auyero: The Clandestine Hands of the State: The Relational Dynamics of Police Collusion in Drug Markets
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