The UCLA Latin American Institute sponsored conference explored the development of Latin America through three lenses: leadership in business and government, the societal demands of a burgeoning middle class, and the globalization of Latin American companies.
In 2015 the Hispanic American Periodicals Index of the UCLA Latin American Institute enters its 40th year as the field’s leading bibliographic database for librarians and scholars worldwide.
The UCLA Latin American Institute is sponsoring a lecture on the history of chocolate and workshops on the Mexican art form of paper cutting at Avenue 50 Studio in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Cubans embrace Westwood visitors after news of the re-establishment of U.S.-Cuban diplomatic relations.
The policy and public health implications of the migration of unaccompanied minors from Central America was the focus of a recent event co-hosted by the UCLA Blum Center and the Latin American Institute.