Noorjahan Deolall, “When Diasporas Collide: East Indian and African Identities in Postcolonial Guyana”

Sophie Hearne, “Latino Migrant Students’ Experiences with Racism in Adams County Schools: Learning and Living as Outsiders”

Miranda Jacobs, “Domestic Violence, Gender Inequality, and the Effect of Machismo in Brazilian Society”

Yanessy Peña, “Discussing the Unspoken Past: Using the Argentine Model to Challenge the Amnesty Law in Brazil”

Erika Rabura, “The Common Struggle: An Analysis of Student Movements in Argentina and Chile”

Catherine Schopp, “‘Axolotl’ and ‘La noche boca arriba’ as Representations of the Revolution in Identity Conceptions in Latin America”

Benjamin West, “Açaí: Global Value Chain Analysis of a Tropical Export”


Thiago M. Branco, “The Implementation of Affirmative Action Policies in Brazilian Higher Education Institutions: Overview, Challenges, Policies, and Consequences”

Justine Davenport, “When Hegemony meets Change: The Status of U.S. Hegemony in Latin America as told by Brazil, China and Cuba’s Relations”

Edwin W. Einbender-Luks, “Indigenous activism and reemergence in Argentina: Reclaiming History and Rights”

Aidan Gaughran, “Mining Mountains, Undermining Metaphors: Human-Mountain Relationships and Mining Protests in the Peruvian Andes”

Alexandra Kaye, “Nannies on the Move: A Study of Female Peruvian Immigration to Chile”

Jeanne Muller, “Those Who Build the City: Urbanization, Informality, and Self-help Housing in Quito, Ecuador”

Hannah Wildey Richardson, “Environmentalism Begins at the Breakfast Table: the Presentation of Urban Agriculture as a Sustainable Paradigm for Urban Development in Latin America and the Caribbean Region”

Amanda Jo E. Wildey, “The Local and the Global of Andean Agriculture: Technical Changes and Rural Economy in Coporaque, Peru” (with Honors)

Carolina Vallejo, “U.S. Immigrant Desirability: Mexican Deportations and Repatriations in the 1930s”


Daniela Castejon, “Bolivia and Ecuador: The Formation of Indigenous National Identity and Its Effects on Contemporary Mobilization”

Trevor Cohen, “The Application of Positivism in Latin America: Conteam Roots and Spencerian Modification in Practice”

Eric Seymour, “Borderlands and Rain Gods: A Re-examination of Queer Chicana/o Literary Production in the 1980s”


Cindy David, “National Identities Expressed Through Music: Dominican Merengue and Jamaican Raggae”

Leslie Mendoza, “Cambios y continuidades en la política exterior brasileña: ¿Un poder global emergente o un poder regional con aspiraciones globales?” [Change and Continuities in Brazil’s Foreign Policy: An Emerging Global Power or a Regional Power with Global Aspirations?”]


Oscar J. Beltran, “An Andean Tale: The Collapse of Diplomatic Relationships between Colombia and Venezuela”

Ruth R. Dicker, “Claves de interpretación: Filosofía del lenguaje y sus repercusiones en los cuentos de Jorge Luis Borges” [Interpretation Clues: Philosophy of Language and its Repercussion in Jorge Luis Borges’ Short Stories”]

Kennon Pearre, “Populism in Latin America: Bolivia as a Case Study”