Join us at the Latin East Conference
this Friday and Saturday!
New Perspectives on Latin America-Middle East Ties
April 27 - 28, 2018
Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts, NYU
Gallatin School, 1 Washington Place
This week on April 27 - 28, 2018, NACLA, MERIP (Middle East Research and Information Project), and Jadaliyya will convene scholars, artists, and activists for a two-day international conference at New York University to explore new and longstanding links between Latin America and the Middle East. Contributors will consider social movements, cultural exchanges, political and economic institutions, and transnational solidarity and diaspora politics in light of the Arab spring and winter, and against the backdrop of nearly two decades of left wing governance in Latin America.
Download the full conference schedule here!
The conference will also mark the release of our latest edition of the Report, a watershed issue for several reasons. Not only does it mark the first issue of NACLA’s 50th year of publication, it also finds us reaching well beyond the borders of Latin America in search of the region’s wider, global, and reciprocal influences. To do so, we have partnered with MERIP and Jadaliyya in an unprecedented cross-regional and cross-platform collaboration. Together, we have pooled our resources, expertise, and experience to explore links both new and longstanding between parts of the world infrequently considered side by side.
Read our Editor's Introduction here, and don't miss these and other articles tracing the multifaceted links across hemispheres:
Take a look at the issue's full table of contents here, and stay tuned—this is just the beginning. Join us for the conference to continue the conversation!
Free and open to the public—please RSVP here!
We hope to see you there!