In the NACLA Report on the Americas, one of the premier sites for in-depth reporting and analysis on the Americas regions that serves as a bridge between academic researchers and the public,
Congratulations to four Jackson School faculty who are among 21 University of Washington faculty who have been selected by the University of Washington’s Office of Global Affairs as recipients of
Tony Lucero, associate director and associate professor at the Jackson School, as well as chair of the Latin American & Caribbean Studies program, is noted for his role in co-writing
Associate Professor and Chair of Latin America and Caribbean Studies José Antonio (Tony) Lucero and Assistant Professor Vanessa Freije are among U.S. academics and civic leaders who sent an open letter on May
Between 1946 and 1958, the United States conducted 67 nuclear tests in the Republic of the Marshall Islands with direct and lasting health, social, and environmental consequences. Under the terms
Oxfam America and Extractive Industries in Peru This Task Force provides practical and sustainable recommendations for Oxfam America, an international NGO engaged with the challenges of mining and extraction in
What do a U.S. Navy Admiral, American and foreign ambassadors, NGO directors, Indigenous Peoples leaders and a group of University of Washington international studies majors have in common? On March
The Jackson School of International Studies welcomed the opportunity to co-host the University of Washington’s inaugural Summer Institute on Global Indigeneities which brought together Ph.D. students and faculty in the
24Associate Professor Jose Antonio Lucero is quoted in a Yakima Herald-Republic article about reactions in Yakima Valley to President Obama’s immigration plan.
KUOW’s Steve Scher talks with Jose Antonio Lucero, chair of the Jackson School’s Latin American and Caribbean Studies program, about the protests in Venezuela.