Identity & Culture
How has the Swedish Academy traditionally chosen writers to honor with the most important award for writers? Plus a roundup of Latin Laureates
This novel is a retelling of the most controversial and enigmatic episode in the history of Mexico
In this first edition, we look at the childhood memories of a Colombian artist
Each year, on July 28th and 29th, Peruvians gather to celebrate one more year of the independence of their country
I stride down Paseo de la Reforma, and gaze up at the Angel of Independence as I wait to cross. The warm winter sun makes her glow, and it softens me.
A sense of belonging, a tribal connection, a preparation for a ceremony or mere pleasure made our indigenous ancestors express themselves through body art
Colombia’s vibrant, engaging capital is overflowing with fascinating history
It's enchanting mixture of texture, color, and flavors have been known as haut cuisine wolrdwide
181,800 Jewish live in Argentina and historic rejection doesn’t seem to be in the past
Depictions of ferocious and fearsome serpents, multi-colored big cats, and other mythological creatures are just some of the mysteries left behind.
Bogotá found a unique way to include art lovers and enthusiasts in a new initiative pertaining to the arts
Due to its geographical complexity, Latin America is the perfect ground for the creation of interesting craftmanship
This year we celebrate the 100 years of the Mexican writer’s life and works that marked the future of the region
The religious missionaries who arrived in the early part of the twentieth century can be associated, or even blamed, for this cultural shift.
The Cannes film festival has become the cultural platform for Chilean talent which also shines the spotlight on Latin America itself.
A-tisket, A-tasket. You can tell a lot from a basket. Especially if it comes from the ruins of an ancient civilization inhabited by humans nearly 15,000 years ago.
Tiahuanaco, which came before the Inca civilization, started out as a village about 1580 BC but grew into an Andean empire that began to spread about 724 AD
The lack of interest shown by the young LatAm population might be the cause of extinction of the culture, tradition, and history of the region.
Pope Francis publicly honored a Bolivian for his work translating religious texts into native languages of South America.
Late studies identify about 280,000 Guaraní indigenous groups distributed throughout four countries, but where, specifically, can they be found?
It's been 50 years since the first edition of "Cien Años de Soledad" was published.