Our Working Papers series, launched in 2014–15, focuses primarily on translations of works-in-progress by Latin American scholars who visit the University of Chicago. They have the opportunity to discuss their work with our students and faculty, and we share their work with new audiences through online dissemination. Through the Working Papers series, we make available cutting-edge research from Latin America that was previously unavailable to English-speaking audiences.
Copyright for the Working Papers is retained by the author(s). This series is offered as a public service and materials may be reproduced for research and educational purposes, provided proper citation and credit are included.
Clues for an Archive: The University of Chicago, Mexico, the Social Sciences and Language [pdf]—Mauricio Tenorio, University of Chicago 
Due to the size of this paper, which includes high-resolution scanned images from the archives, it must be downloaded in three parts:
Higher Education in 21st Century Brazil: New Politics, New Possibilities, New Achievements [pdf]—Elisabete Monteiro de Aguiar Pereira, Universidade Estadual de Campinas 
The Adventures of Latin American Music in the Sixties: Gilbert Chase, Alberto Ginastera, and the Fellows of Buenos Aires’ Latin American Center for Advanced Musical Studies [pdf]—Hernán Gabriel Vázquez, Universidad Nacional de Rosario – Instituto Nacional de Musicología “Carlos Vega” 
The ‘Vanderbilt Boys’ and the Modernization of Brazilian Economics [pdf]—Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak, Cedeplar/Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and Ramón García Fernández, Universidade Federal do ABC