LLILAS Faculty in the News
Posted: March 26, 2013
Due to their wide range of expertise, LLILAS faculty are frequently called upon to discuss Latin America–related issues in the media, as well as receiving recognition for their contributions to Latin American Studies. Featured here are some of our most recent faculty in the news.
Javier Auyero (Department of Sociology) discusses violence against women. For the complete story, visit Página 12.
Ginny Garrard Burnett (Department of History) discusses the role of Pope Francis during Argentina's Dirty War. For the complete story, visit The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Daily Texan.
Fernando Luiz Lara (School of Architecture) discuss the political and social dimensions of changing income inequality in Brazil and the United States. For the complete story, visit Inequalities.
Nestor Rodriguez (Department of Sociology) comments on immigration and border security issues. For the complete story, visit The Washington Post.