The Southeast Latin American Behavior (SeLAB) Consortium was founded by Ryan Carlin (Georgia State University) Greg Love (Univ. of Mississippi), Jana Morgan (University of Tennessee), and Liz Zechmeister (Vanderbilt University) in 2016. SeLAB’s core goal is create opportunities for scholarly exchange among the high number of researchers in the U.S. Southeast who┬ástudy Latin American political behavior, public opinion, and political communication. More information is at

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