The Center for North American Studies, seeks to promote and strengthen
cooperation among academic institutions of North America by analyzing
the vital issues for the region´s future development. The
center also works to propose strategies and policy initiatives
that contribute in the solution of the region´s main challenges.
1. To conduct high quality and creative research that provides
the Mexican perspective on North American region and its role
at the Globalization process.
2. To enable students who are interested in North American challenges
to perform research.
3. To publish books, articles and research material, both in
Spanish and English, that contribute to general understanding
on integration issues.
The Center for North American Studies is devoted to carry out
its own research as well as joint projects and publications with
other prestigious academic institutions of the region. The Center
also holds congresses, seminars and lectures with the participation
of scholars from Canada, the United States and Mexico.
Culture and society
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
North American Competitiveness. Víctor López Villafañe.
Maquiladora Industry: Integration and Restructuring. Anne Fouquet.
Cutural Studies of the Mexico-U.S. Border Region. Nora Guzmán.
United States´ Foreign Policy. Gabriela De la Paz.
United States´ Trade Policy. Cintia Smith.
Chinese Competition on the U.S. Market. Renato Balderrama.
Understanding the Cultural Identities of North America through
the Study of Literature. Donna Kabalen.
Discovers and Identities in the New World: Insights from the
XVI Century Travelers. Blanca López.
Temporary Agricultural Worker Program: Cultural effects. Claudia
- Víctor López Villafañe
- ITESM, Campus Monterrey
- Av. Eugenio Garza Sada 2501
- Aulas II-279
- Tel. (52) 818-34116