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Call for papers: 1st Postgraduate Americas Conference: Power and Change in the Americas in the Modern Era
The UCL Americas Research Network invites doctoral students and early career researchers of the Americas (Central, South, and North America, as well as the Caribbean) from across the humanities and the social sciences to submit their proposals on the theme Power and Change in the Americas in the Modern Era, which will take place at University College London from April 30 - May 1, 2015. More...
Published: Sep 5, 2014 3:05:35 PM
UCL-Institute of the Americas invites all those interested in our graduate programmes to attend this event on November 19, starting at 13:00. It will take place at the University of London Senate House, Beverdige Hall and MacMillan Hall. This is an opportunity for prospective students to see what
makes UCL one of the world’s top 10 universities. Visitors
will have the chance to meet with Graduate Tutors, Heads of Department and other
academic staff to discuss Master's and PhD programmes in the Faculties of Arts & Humanities, Social & Historical
Sciences and SSEES. Registration is highly recommended. For event programme and registration details please consult the dedicated site.
Published: Sep 4, 2014 12:29:11 PM
UCL-IA is glad to announce that our colleague Emily Morris will be joining the IADB’s Central American Regional Economic Advisor’s team, beginning mid-September, with special
responsibility for Belize. Based in the Bank’s Washington DC headquarters, she
will be responsible for financial monitoring and analysis of Belize’s economic
development, supporting the IADB’s representatives within the country. She will
also contribute to research design and policy discussions to help to shape the
IDB’s work in the Central American region as a whole, which includes Mexico and
the Dominican Republic. Congratulations!
Published: Sep 2, 2014 5:06:45 PM
UCL–Institute of the Americas is pleased to announce a Teaching Fellow opportunity in Latin American Economics for the second term of this academic session on a one day a week basis. The post-holder will be required to carry out teaching, assessment and course administration for the PGT module ‘Latin American Economics: Beyond Neoliberalism' and contribute to the teaching of the PGT module ‘Globalization and Latin American Development’. The deadline for applications is 6th October 2014. Further details and how to apply can be found here. More...
Published: Sep 1, 2014 12:31:16 PM
Inter-American Human Rights Network (IAHRN), an international research project
funded by the Leverhulme Trust, today launches its website on the development
and impact of the regional human rights system of the Americas.
Published: Aug 29, 2014 3:42:10 PM
Published: Aug 19, 2014 10:09:31 AM
UCL-Institute of the Americas warmly congratulate James Hillyer on the award of The Jeremy Bentham PhD Studentship. James is currently studying the MA in United States Studies: History
& Politics here at UCL-IA, and his winning research topic is ‘Promoting Keynesian liberalism: Walter W. Heller and American
Economic Policy, 1940-1987’. He will be supervised by Prof Iwan Morgan.
Published: Aug 4, 2014 12:17:09 PM
UCL-Institute of the Americas is pleased to announce the award of the AHRC-funded LAHP studentship to Daniel Willis, with the research topic 'Violence, Art and Folklore: Indigenous
Engagement with Sendero Luminoso in Huancavelica and Apurimac'.
Published: Aug 4, 2014 12:05:27 PM
UCL-Institute of the Americas would like to inform that applications for post-doctoral fellowships are now being received. Those interested in applying should submit an expression of interest in the first instance. Deadlines for applications vary according to the various schemes available. For further details, please visit our Fellowships page.
Published: Aug 4, 2014 9:43:23 AM
UCL-IA is pleased to announce
that Dr Juan Grigera has been awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship
of £250,000 to be held at UCL-IA, and will be joining us in October.
Published: Jul 14, 2014 9:56:39 AM
Dr Kate Quinn (UCL-IA) and Prof Brian Meeks (UWI) convene the third conference of the AHRC-funded Westminster In Caribbean (WIC) network, which examines contemporary processes of political reform in the region, assessing attempts to modify, regenerate, or overhaul the Westminster model of governance in the post-independence Caribbean. It will take place on September 11-12 at the University of the West Indies, Mona. For more details on this event, please click here. More...
Published: Jun 27, 2014 10:25:27 AM