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The Center for Latin American Studies was established in 1965. The program provides students with understanding of cultures, languages, and public affairs in Latin American nations.

For more information about the Center for Latin American Studies, please visit:http://www.asu.edu/clas/latin/

Center for Latin American Studies, N.D.

Center for Latin American Studies
Louis A. Tambs, Associate Professor of History,
Chairman of Latin American Studies with Research Associate
Dr. Russell Fitzgibbon.
Photographer: Charles R. Conley
Charles Conley Photographs, University Archives
ASUB Tambs, Louis A.

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Last updated: August, 2000
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