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Mexican Center

Replica of San Lorenzo Monument 1

Replica of San Lorenzo Monument 1 (photo by Mari Correa)

About

The Mexican Center of LLILAS, founded by Professor Bryan Roberts in 1980, is one of the foremost centers for the study of Mexico in the United States. Its mission is to promote greater knowledge and understanding of Mexico and to coordinate the advancement of Mexican studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

The Mexican Center brings together students and faculty, visiting researchers, and the communities of Austin, Texas, and Mexico to foster a fuller understanding of the region.

Connect with Us

Volunteer
Are you interested in helping out with some of our events? E-mail the Mexican Center to find out how.

LLILAS Scholarly Programs Newsletter
To learn about recent news, upcoming events, research activities, and publications at UT about Mexico and other Latin American countries, subscribe to our bi-monthly newsletter.

Follow LLILAS on Facebook
At the LLILAS page on Facebook you'll find frequent updates on LLILAS events, faculty and student research, and news about Latin America.

Contact

Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies—Mexican Center
The University of Texas at Austin
Sid Richardson Hall 1.306A
2300 Red River Street D0800
Austin, TX 78712-0331

E-mail: Mexican Center
Phone: 512.232.2415
Fax: 512.471.3090

For information on Mexican Center activities, contact Paloma Diaz, Director of Scholarly Programs and Faculty Liaison.

 

Events

Mon • Oct 27

Conversation: "Patrolling the Border:...

2nd Floor Conference Room, Benson Latin American Collection, SRH Unit 1
4:00 PM

Mon • Nov 17

Panel Discussion: "Rural Self-Defense...

Sinclair Suite, UNB 3.128
3:00 PM

Mon • Nov 17

Austin Lecture on Contemporary Mexico:...

Santa Rita Room, UNB 3.502
6:00 PM

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