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Research Groups

The Latin American Studies Center supports research opportunities at CU-Boulder.  Among these are the LASC Research Clusters, which bring together various faculty and graduate students each year to facilitate colloboration, plan activities and support each others’ research.

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2012-2013 LASC Research Clusters

The 2012-2013 LASC Research Clusters include: The Brazil Research Cluster: Convening for the second year, the Brazil Research cluster includes faculty from multiple departments—Dr. Colleen Scanlan Lyons (3CG), Prof. Tania Martuscelli (PORT), Prof. David Brown (PSCI), and Prof. Donna Goldstein (ANTH).  One of the primary goals for this working group is to develop the Brazil-US Network …

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2013-2014 LASC Research Clusters

The 2013-2014 LASC Research Clusters include: The Brazil Research Cluster: Convening for the second year, the Brazil Research cluster includes faculty from multiple departments—Dr. Colleen Scanlan Lyons (3CG), Prof. Tania Martuscelli (PORT), Prof. David Brown (PSCI), and Prof. Donna Goldstein (ANTH).  One of the primary goals for this working group is to develop the Brazil-US Network for the Environment, Society and Governance, a multi-university forum that …

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2011-2012 LASC Research Clusters

Gender, Race, and Ethnicity Research Cluster— This works-in-progress met 6 times in the 2011-12 academic year. Members include Jenn Bair, Joe Bryan, Fernando Riosmena, Kaifa Roland, Christina Sue, and Lorraine Bayard de Volo. Graduate Student Research Cluster—  An interdisciplinary group comprised of students from Poli Sci (1), ENVS (1), Anthro (4). This group of graduate students met regularly to give feedback …

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