Latin American and Caribbean Studies (LACs) is one of Lafayette College’s Interdisciplinary Programs. The LACs minor and self-designed major enable students to explore the rich and diverse cultures, histories, and political dynamics of Latin America and the Caribbean and of Latinos in the United States.
This interdisciplinary program enables students to study Latin America and the Caribbean from an array of different disciplines including history, religious studies, anthropology and sociology, music, Latin American literature, art, and engineering.Learn more about LACS
A comprehensive list of online resources related to Latin American and Caribbean studies.View LACS resources
Through LACS-related programs abroad, students can study and complete internships in Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Panama.Learn more about International Study
These courses can be taken towards the LACS minor or self-designed major.Latin American and Caribbean Studies Fall 2014 Course Offerings
Rebekah E. Pite
Assistant Professor, Department of History
Program Chair, Latin American & Caribbean Studies
718 Sullivan Rd.
Easton, PA 18042