The University of Bristol has a thriving research and teaching culture in Latin American Studies across its Schools, Faculties and Departments. We have specialists working on Brazil, Chile, Nicaragua, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia and Venezuela, among others. We have members working in the fields of literature, history, cultural studies, language, politics and anthropology. We come together as the Latin American Locus.
For any enquiries regarding the Latin American Locus please contact Dr Matthew Brown firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information about the awards and the application deadline is available.
Want to know more about the histories of Latin America? Looking for a solid grounding to carry out historical research in Latin America? Covering a wide chronological range, from indigenous politics to colonial encounters, from the struggles for independence to twenty-first century globalization, from this masters degree could be for you.
The Autumn programme for the Conversatorios is now available.
The end of the Neoliberal Experiment? Why Chile matters. A panel discussion about the Chilean student's protests within the global context.
5.00-7.00pm, LT3, 17 Woodland Road
The Spring programme for the Conversatorios is now available.
An interdisciplinary interrogation of the development of football stadia looking at critical discussions around social and economic issues on urban regeneration, cultural identities, material and non-material heritage and public realm.