As part of a Center project on Religion and Democratic Contestation in Latin America, a new edited volume was released in July 2018 by Routledge Press. Church, Cosmovision and the Environment: Religion and Social Conflict in Contemporary Latin America describes and analyses multiple types of religious engagement with environmental concerns and conflicts seen in modern Latin American democracies. The volume was edited by CLALS Research Associate Professor Robert Albro and Evan Berry, Associate Professor in AU's Department of Philosophy and Religion.
National media outlets in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, covered the Center's report launch and panel event on June 21, "Dos años de la MACCIH: Avances y Desafíos," as a part of the Monitoring MACCIH and Anti-Impunity Efforts in Honduras project. News outlets such as El Heraldo, La Prensa, La Tribuna, and Confidencial Honduras interviewed the report's author, SIS Professor Charles Call, and summarized the report's findings. For a complete list of media coverage of this event, please visit the Monitoring MACCIH project page.