The 2016 meeting in New York City will celebrate LASA’s 50th anniversary, marking the milestone by returning to the great hemispheric metropolis that witnessed LASA’s inaugural congress in 1966. The Program Committee seeks to promote a distinctive event that simultaneously looks backward and forward. “LASA at 50” will assess the evolution of Latin American studies over the past half century, paying special attention to how the locus of the field has changed in terms of transnational actors and flows and the shaping of new identities. At the same time, the event will also explore the challenges of creating a more participatory, diverse, and socially just future for the region and its interlocutors.
Who should exhibit at LASA2016?
Organizations interested in reaching university educators, graduate students, undergraduate students, NGOs and representatives of organizations who focus on Latin America. LASA Congresses gather experts on Latin America from all disciplines and diverse occupational backgrounds across the globe. Exhibitors may include, among others:
Who attends a LASA International Congress?
Approximately 5,000 professors, graduate students, undergraduate students, representatives of NGOs, and other organizations worldwide. All attendees have the potential to purchase or recommend the purchase of your products and services. Exhibitors can meet with