About

Mission

Panoramas Staff

Operations Manager

Luis Van Fossen Bravo

Webmaster

Stacy Mackin

Editor

Karen Goldman

Coordintator

Javier Vazquez D'Elia
Rosa De Ferrari 
Interns
Katherine Andrews
Rachel Bierly
Kristen Gugerli
Rachel Rozak
 

Past Editor Julian Asenjo
Past Coordinators

Kimberly Bennett
Eamonn Berry
Javier Vazquez D'Elia
Ignacio Arana-Araya

Past Interns
Whitney Allen
Erin Barton
Alfonso Buzzo Landa (G)
P. Asa Equels
Marissa Ferrighetto
Emma Freedman
Rachel Gately
Rachael Greenwalt
Allison Guess
Kelcey Hadden-Leggett
Hilary Heath (G)
Lauren Hogsett
Emily Hwang
Kevin Kerr
Page McDonough
Rosie McKinley
Marisa Pereira Rodrigues (G)
Danielle Scallise
Alyssa Silver
Sarah Sleasman
Daniel Snyder
Madeline Townsend
Connor Weber
Susan Wiedel
Meghan Williams
Sophia Winston

Panoramas provides a web-based venue for thoughtful dialogue of Latin American and Caribbean issues. By enabling a voice for scholars, students, policy makers and others to engage in constructive commentary on relevant current and historical topics, the forum also serves as an academic resource to worldwide educational audiences. Housed at the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, and maintained by CLAS faculty, students and alumni, Panoramas strives to be at the forefront of scholarly analysis of affairs in the Latin American region.

About Panoramas

Panoramas is hosted by the University of Pittsburgh’s Center for Latin American Studies, a center within the University Center for International Studies. The idea of Panoramas was to create a space to foster academic discussion about Latin America. Panoramas accepts submissions of academic quality in various formats--written, video, audio, and photographic. We strongly encourage discussion amongst our readers and contributors.

About the LARR Blog

The Center for Latin American Studies (CLAS), at the University of Pittsburgh through its Panoramas: Scholarly Platform hosts the LARR Blog.  In this blog, authors discuss their original research recently published in The Latin American Research Review (LARR). LARR is the academic journal of the Latin American Studies Association. Hosted by the University of Pittsburgh, LARR publishes original research on Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino studies since 1965.

 

Terms of Use

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