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Fall Internship Opportunities with LLILAS

The Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies, a multidisciplinary institute that integrates several centers and programs devoted to promote interest in the region, is the oldest Latin American Studies program in the United States and one of the best worldwide.

LLILAS has an unpaid internship program designed to provide UT students with the opportunity to gain professional experience by learning about the work of multiple programs within LLILAS or to develop research skills by working with some of our most distinguished Latin Americanist faculty.

Details:
http://www.utexas.edu/cola/insts/llilas/centers-and-programs/LLILAS-Internships.php

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9/27: Presentation on Leftist Governments in Latin America

LLILAS Faculty Book Series
invites to the presentation of the book
LEFTIST GOVERNMENTS IN LATIN AMERICA:
SUCCESSES AND SHORTCOMINGS
Monday, Sept 27, 2010
12:00 PM • Hackett Room, SRH 1.313

Kurt Weyland** Raúl Madrid** Wendy Hunter
Dept. of Government

Discussant: Javier Auyero, Dept. of Sociology

Come to learn about this book based on the 2008 Long Conference “The Performance of Leftist Governments in Latin America: What Does the Left Do Right?”

Leftist Governments in Latin America is the first book to systematically examine the policies and performance of left-wing governments that have risen to power in Latin America during the last decade. Featuring thorough studies of Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, and Venezuela by renowned experts, the volume argues that moderate leftist governments have attained a greater, more sustainable success than their more radical, contestatory counterparts.

For more information, please contact Paloma Diaz
512.232.2415; p.diaz@austin.utexas.edu

Sept. 19: Beyond Slavery: Africanizing the Early Iberian Atlantic World

UT LLILAS Speaker Series: Beyond Slavery: Africanizing the Early Iberian Atlantic World
James H. Sweet,
Dept of History, University of Wisconsin
Friday, Sept. 19
Noon
Hackett Room, SRH 1.313
Refreshments and snacks served
For more information, please contact Paloma Diaz
(232-2409 – p.diaz@austin.utexas.edu