Spring 2017 CLAG/LASG Newsletter

After a thirty-year absence, CLAG will return to San José, Costa Rica, in 2018, for its 35th Meeting. All of the activities of CLAG 2018 will be held at the Holiday Inn Aurola...

Volume 16, Number 1, April 2017

What should an overtly critical Latin Americanist geography look like? That’s the question we explore in this introduction to The Journal of Latin American Geography’s first special issue dedicated to critical geographies in...

Immigration and Border Issues

Civil and human rights groups work to reconcile immigration and US-Latin American border geographies. Groups working for migrants’ civil and human rights: We Belong Together: “a campaign to mobilize women in support of...

Academics Race to Save Rare Colonial Documents in Cuba

CLAG member Matt LaFevor, Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Alabama, was mentioned this week in a number outlets about some of his (and his brother’s) work in Cuba. Matthew Lafevor,...

Volume 15, Number 3, November 2016

The third and final issue of the Journal of Latin American Geography in 2016 continues with the established tradition of covering a wide range of topics, in variable contexts, from diverse methodological perspectives....