Americas Quarterly course packets are now available for your classroom! With AQ, teachers and professors will find an indispensable classroom tool for studying policy issues in the Americas or overall international development.
Custom course packets are available on topics including the economic development, human rights, immigration, crime and security, the environment, social policy, and other areas that are critical for students’ understanding of political, social and economic trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. Authors include leading policymakers like former President of Chile Michelle Bachelet and Brazilian Defense Minister Celso Amorim, and scholars like Paul Farmer, Osvaldo Rosales, and Matias Spektor. Articles range in length from 2,000 to 4,000 words and have been edited for accessibility for undergraduate and graduate students.
June 1: This AQ-Efecto Naím segment looks at sustainable cities in the hemisphere.