of California, San Diego, and the Latin American Studies Association.
What does ASA stand for?
ASA stands for American Studies Association
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In "Violent Belongings and the Question of Empire Today," Kaplan's 2003 presidential address to the American Studies Association which appears here in Arabic for the first time (with a new afterword by the author), the author is attuned "to the possibilities of translation in the literal and broadest sense to which American studies must turn today, to contest the universalism of American exceptionalism and to participate in the 'strain and stress of the world'" (15-16).
Latin American Studies Association The Latin American Studies Association (LASA) was founded in 1964 to act as a professional organization for academics of all disciplines and nonprofit organizations interested in the study of Latin America.
He served as president of the American Historical Association, the American Studies Association, the Organization of American Historians, the Southern Historical Association, and Phi Beta Kappa.
Crossroads of Cultures: The Transnational Turn in American Studies: Presidential Address to the American Studies Association.
administration's trend of shutting out Cubans, reports AP (March 2, 2006): Some 55 philosophers, economists, and historians were told they'd be unable to travel to the month's Latin American Studies Association congress in San Juan.
Now, 61 Cuban scholars and writers have been denied the right to participate in the Latin American Studies Association convention in Las Vegas.