Graduate

Graduate Programs

CLACS contributes to graduate education and training at Brown by supporting students' development through courses and events and providing funding for summer fieldwork in Latin America and the Caribbean as well as dissertation fellowships. The Center also sponsors interdisciplinary graduate colloquia where students are given an opportunity to present and get feedback on their research from peers and faculty members.                                          

Graduate students will find a wealth of information on our site including a list of courses of interest, our calendar of events, funding opportunities and contact information for students and faculty members whose work is related to Latin America and the Caribbean.

Please consult our calendar for more information on upcoming activities and events. 

Affiliated Graduate Students By Department:

Anthropology Music
Economics Political Science
Hispanic Studies Portuguese and Brazilian Studies
History Sociology

More information

For specific information about graduate study at Brown University, please contact the appropriate Academic Unit or the Graduate School.