The Latin American Institute is hosting a Graduate Student Research Panel to present research findings and promote exchange of ideas among students and participants working in various disciplines.
Tealia Davis, "Neurocysticercosis in Southern Californian Border Cities among Latin American Communities"
Carolina Martinez, "Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Internal Displacement in Colombia"
Peter Villella, "The True Heirs to Anahuac: Native Nobles, Creole Patriots and the 'Natural Lords' of Colonial Mexico"
Lilia Illes, Habitat Degradation and Land Use Trends: Implications for Primates on an Island in Transitional Development"
Ana Paula Hofling, "A Closer Look at the Growing Trend of the Capoeira Angola Encontro in Bahia, Brazil"
Erin Riordan, "Diversity in Tropical Plant Communitites: Understanding Mechanisms of Species Coexistence"
Cost: Free and Open to the Public
Pay-by-space and all-day parking ($8) available in lot 3.
Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute
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