Revolutions in Bolivia

The Institute of Latin American Studies and The Anglo-Bolivian Society are pleased to announce their joint conference “Revolutions in Bolivia”. Friday 16 March 2018 Room G35 (Bloomsbury Room) Senate House Malet Street London WC1E 7HU To register please go to https://ilas.sas.ac.uk/events/event/15174 or telephone 020 7862 8871 £20 standard fee £15 for A-BS members £10 forContinue reading “Revolutions in Bolivia”

Bolivia Feb 2016 Referendum What do the results really mean?

Panel Discussion Dr. John Crabtree Research Associate, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford Alberto Souviron Bolivian digital media specialist / journalist with social media background Thursday 25 February 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Senate House, Bloomsbury Room G35, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU Tickets: Non-members £8, Members £6, Students (with validContinue reading “Bolivia Feb 2016 Referendum What do the results really mean?”

Bolivia March 2015 Subnational Election Results in Perspective

Panel Discussion Dr. John Crabtree Research Associate, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford Dr. Jeffery Webber Senior Lecturer School of Politics & International Relations, Queen Mary University of London Alberto Souviron Bolivian digital media specialist / journalist with social media background Tuesday 28 April 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies SenateContinue reading “Bolivia March 2015 Subnational Election Results in Perspective”

Katari and the Seacoast during the Bolivian Gas War

Sue Iamamoto PhD Candidate, School of Politics and International Relations Queen Mary University of London Capes / Brazil Thursday 19 March 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Torrington Room (104), First Floor Senate House, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU Glass of wine, refreshments and nibbles included            Continue reading “Katari and the Seacoast during the Bolivian Gas War”

The Political Economy of Bolivia Since 2006

Dr. Jeffery Webber Senior Lecturer School of Politics and International Relations Queen Mary University of London Thursday 29 January 18:30 Joint presentation with the Institute of Latin American Studies Bedford Room (G37), Ground Floor Senate House, Malet Street, WC1E 7HU Tickets: £10 members, £12 non-members, £6 students Glass of wine, refreshments and nibbles included. SendContinue reading “The Political Economy of Bolivia Since 2006”