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, and the LBJ School of Public Affairs. More . . .
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Latin American Resources at UT
- Benson Latin American Collection
- Blanton Museum of Art
- The Mesoamerica Center
- Primeros Libros
“Bolivia: Los linchados de El Alto,” written by PhD student and Beca Anfibia recipient Jorge Derpic (Department of Sociology) in collaboration with journalist Alex Ayala and published in Revista Anfibia, investigates lynching in Bolivia, a topic about which little has been published.
The newest addition to the University of Texas at Austin Graduate Latin Americanist Network is the compilation of a Google map of the network. The multidisciplinary networking tool graphically indicates geographical areas of student research and can help connect researchers working on related topics.
News of plans for the “mock immigration sting” to be staged by the YCT (Young Conservatives of Texas) reached the LLILAS Executive Committee today, and was the focus of vigorous, unanimous repudiation.
On October 24, 2013, LLILAS Benson hosted a reception to celebrate its newly branded partnership and transformations to its spaces within Sid Richardson Hall, Unit 1.
Associate Professor of Government and LLILAS associate, Zachary Elkins is one of the creators of the Google Web site Constitute that debuted on September 23, 2013, at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.