Comps, honors papers, and prize-winning works of the Latin American Studies program are featured here. All works have been self-submitted by the student authors. Descriptive information about each work is available to search or browse. Access to the full text of the works is limited to current Carleton affiliates with faculty permission. Learn more about how to submit your work and how to request access to the full text of works.


Submissions from 2019

Ana Beatriz Yanes Martinez, (De)Constructing Salvadoreñidad: Digital Counterpublics as Spaces of Transnational Identity and Community Building, 2019, Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Submissions from 2017

Joshua Kamau Reason, Incomodando os brancos: Blackness & Urban Space in Salvador da Bahia, 2017, Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Submissions from 2015

Anna Persmark, Aquí hablamos un poco más de la autonomía de la vagina: The Rhetoric of Women's Rights and Health from NGOs in Highland Chiapas, 2015, Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Submissions from 2014

Holly Ruth Buttrey, Hip Hop in Cuba: The Underground Sphere for Expressive Youth, 2014, Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Submissions from 2012

Jennifer Beltran, Femicides in Ciudad Juárez: Why Women? Why Ciudad Juárez?, 2012, Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Cameron Tucker Combs, The racial legacy of Brazilian soccer and the construction of a national identity through play, 2012, Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Submissions from 2010

Lyndon DeSalvo, First Among the BRICs: Brazil's Necessary Challenging of TRIPs, 2010, Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Anna Katrin Losacano, Telenovelas and the Story of the Nation: Cultural Significance, Scholarly Approaches and Content Analysis of Mexico's Cuidado Con el Angel, 2010, Latin American Studies (LTAM)