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Tulane University School of Liberal Arts Magazine features contributions by Latin Americanists in Global Issue

June 03, 2019 10:15 AM
Riley Moran

The Spring 2019 Global Issue of the Tulane School of Liberal Arts Magazine featured the research and contributions of students and faculty to Latin American Studies. The Tulane School of Liberal Arts Magazine, a biannual magazine published by Tulane University’s School of Liberal Arts Dean’s Office, explores the school’s approach to larger questions and issues in the social sciences and humanities, faculty research and teaching methodologies, and student service and creative endeavors, celebrating the broader definition of a liberal arts education. The Spring 2019 Global Issue investigates how the school imparts a global education and includes articles ranging from foreign language teaching methodology to engaged scholarship in Nigeria, Latin America, the Middle East, and New Orleans, as well as essays by faculty members Mary Clark, Brian Edwards, Nora Lustig, and Monica Payne on their research and entries by liberal arts students Gabriella Burns and Riley Moran.

Read the entire issue online from the Liberal Arts Magazine’s official website. Articles that feature Tulane Latin Americanists may be accessed below:

Commitment to Equity: A Transformational Project
Story by Nora Lustig, Samuel Z. Stone Professor of Latin American Economics, Department of Economics

Cultivating Change
Story by Emily Wilkerson

Learning More Than a Language
Story by Emily Wilkerson