Our Journal, Mesoamerica
This journal was published monthly from January 1982 thru December 2007 by the Institute for Central American Studies (ICAS), which is dedicated to peace, justice, and the well- being of the peoples and lands of Central America. Mesoamerica has provided accurate and timely reporting along with thoughtful analysis of the Central American Region for 26 years.
We now have available on-line the issues of Mesoamerica that were published from January 2006 thru December 2007 (Volumes 25-26). Go to INDEX.
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Mesoamerica sought to promote international understanding of the realities of Central America by reporting on politics, economics, security issues, human rights, refugees, international relations, current events and the environment, as well as the human realities of the people of Central America. Mesoamerica also included comprehensive background articles, which were thoughtfully analyzed and carefully researched, to help our readers understand the current situation in each Central American county.
Many of our articles were written by our Journalism Interns, who worked with us for an average of six months each. Some of the undergraduate students in this program were able to receive academic credit from their respective universities, whereas most of the graduate students were seeking to gain valuable work experience before exploring the job market or continuing with their academic program.
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