The Center for Latin American Studies is Berkeley's home for research, publications, and events about Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Center for Latin American Studies brings together leaders, thinkers, and scholars of Latin America and the Caribbean into a vibrant and dedicated community.
The Center for Latin American Studies presents events connect the best of Latin Americ and the Caribbean to our educators, students, and community members at Berkeley and around the world.
The Center for Latin American Studies publishes research on Latin American and the Caribbean, written by Berkeley students, faculty, and the greater community.
UC Berkeley offers a wide range of paths to engage with Latin America and the Caribbean. As a research unit, the Center for Latin American Studies provides academic and research resources for study of the region.
CLAS offers funding for research and study in Latin America and the Caribbean, with ongoing grant programs for students, faculty, and visitors.
Courses at UC Berkeley that engage with issues that impact Latin America
Nahuatl courses for credit at UC Berkeley
Opportunities to study Latin American Indigenous languages, not for-credit and/or for the broader community
Special seminars taught by CLAS Visiting Scholars