III RAP Symposium at Harvard: Crecimiento, Competitivdad, y pérfil productivo. A 5-day symposium, supported by Fundación RAP (Red de Acción Política), Center for International Development at Harvard University, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, and Banco Interamicano de Desarrollo (BID).
The annual ProLEER : Professional Learning network to advance Early Education Reform meeting this year will include presentations by Catherine Snow, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Nell K. Duke, University of Michigan, as well as leaders from organizations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru, Puerto Rico,
Each year, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) welcomes a group of academics and professionals who study Latin America for a semester or two of research and writing at Harvard. The Visiting Scholars hail from across the globe, and their fields of study are wide-ranging, with political scientists studying direct democracy coming together alongside documentary filmmakers exploring urban issues. This year's cohort includes several...
Despite President Donald Trump’s vows to build a wall with Mexico and deport huge numbers of Latin American immigrants, there is a little-known phenomenon that could have a positive impact on hemispheric relations in the long term: Growing numbers of U.S. students are choosing Latin American countries for their study-abroad programs.... Read more about While Trump touts a wall, more U.S. students head for Latin America
Celebrating the Life and Legacy of David Rockefeller June 12, 1915 – March 20, 2017
As we absorb the news of our beloved David Rockefeller’s passing, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) sends condolences around the world and here in Cambridge to the innumerable individuals who have been touched by David’s “interesting life” (as he so characteristically phrased it) and unsurpassed generosity.
The symposium Social Integration through the Arts: Snapshots of Practiceand its related academic programmingbring together Harvard faculty and prominent cultural leaders from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and the United States to engage in dialogue about the power of the arts in creating social integration and enriching quality of life for communities through innovative...