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Charles R. Hale, Director SRH 1.310, 2300 Red River Street D0800, Austin, TX 78712 • 512.471.5551

Welcome, Bienvenidos, Bem-vindos!

Please accept our hearty welcome to the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILAS) at The University of Texas at Austin. LLILAS is an interdisciplinary organization founded in 1940, within the College of Liberal Arts, which integrates more than 30 academic departments across the university. We offer programs that lead to BA, MA, and PhD degrees, and dual MA degree programs with Business, Communication, Community and Regional Planning, Law, the LBJ School of Public Affairs, and Social Work. Read more...


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News

Julianne Gilland to Lead Benson Latin American Collection

Photo by Mari Correa

The Benson’s curator of two years will step into the chief leadership role at the collection while continuing her special collections work.

Dual Degree in Latin American Studies and Social Work

Cintia Huitzil (LLILAS MA, 2014) at her graduation, with Dr. Lorraine Leu (right). Photo by Mari Correa.

A new dual master’s degree in Latin American studies and social work holds great potential for students.

Nobel Prize-Winning Author Gabriel García Márquez’s Archive Acquired by The University of Texas at Austin’s Harry Ransom Center

Gabriel García Márquez working on

The Harry Ransom Center, a humanities research library and museum at The University of Texas at Austin, has acquired the archive of Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez (1927–2014).

Summer 2015 Program in Rio de Janeiro

Photo by Dmitry V. Petrenko

LLILAS faculty associate João Vargas will lead a study abroad program in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, during the summer of 2015. Vargas is an associate professor of anthropology and African and African Diaspora Studies.

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