MACLAS 2016, Fox School of Business, Temple University, Philadelphia PA

Thanks to the indefatigable efforts of MACLAS Outreach Coordinator and local arrangements coordinator Kathleen Cunniffe Peña, MACLAS President Meghan McInnis-Domínguez, and the entire Program Committee, we held a very successful and well-attended Annual Meeting at the Fox School of Business at Temple University on March 4-5.  The call for papers appears below:

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The final program for MACLAS 2016 can be accessed (PDF file) by clicking here:  MACLAS 2016 Program.  For a list of prize & award winners, see Prizes & Awards 2016.

Photo Gallery

 Mark Wasserman of Rutgers University accepts the 2016 Whitaker Prize for best book from María Roof.

Mark Wasserman of Rutgers University accepts the 2016 Whitaker Prize for best book from María Roof.

 María Roof presents her Whitaker Address, "Politics, Piketty Poetry:  Translation Matters".

María Roof presents her Whitaker Address, "Politics, Piketty Poetry:  Translation Matters".

 
 Kathy Cunniffe Peña introduces a panel on community-based approaches to celebrating Latin American culture in Philadelphia.

Kathy Cunniffe Peña introduces a panel on community-based approaches to celebrating Latin American culture in Philadelphia.

 Adriana Rincón, doctoral student in global governance and human security at the University of Massachusetts Boston, receives a Turner Travel Grant award from MACLAS President Meghan McInnis-Domínguez.

Adriana Rincón, doctoral student in global governance and human security at the University of Massachusetts Boston, receives a Turner Travel Grant award from MACLAS President Meghan McInnis-Domínguez.

 
 Capoeira demonstration during a panel on community-based approaches to celebrating Latin American culture in Philadelphia.

Capoeira demonstration during a panel on community-based approaches to celebrating Latin American culture in Philadelphia.