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Why Study Latin America

Guatemalan Syphilis Experiments

CLAS at U of U congratulates Manette and Alice two rising seniors in the Granite School District on a website they developed as part of Utah History Day.

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Manifest Destiny: The Effect of Our Sea to Shining Sea Expansion on Our Neighbor to the South

Created in a year-long partnership with Artes de México en Utah, the UMFA presents a unique series of classes designed to explore Mexican history through art. The series consists of three sessions in June, July, and August, each with a unique artistic focus. Taught by Susan Vogel and Fanny Guadalupe Blauer, the final lesson in August will focus on Manifest Destiny.

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Humanities Radio

Listen to a special episode of Humanities Radio featuring Claudio Holzner, associate professor of political science and director of the Center for Latin American Studies, a Title VI National Resource Center, serves as a hub for Latin American-related activities at the University of Utah involving teaching, research and community outreach. Claudio talks about how the interdisciplinary center supports students, faculty and the greater public.

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Last Updated: 4/2/20