The topic of this chapter is the political and cultural evolution of the Association de la Presse Latine (APL). Between 1923 and 1935 the APL organised 13 conferences both in Europe and in Central America, becoming a point of reference and a place to share ideas for right wings intellectuals across the Atlantic. Analysing the meetings’ proceedings and the Association’s monthly magazine, this chapter intends to shed a new light both on the study of the political project of pan-Latinism in a broader transnational perspective and on the reactionary intellectuals networks during the interwar period.
Latinity. Pan-Latinism. Right wing intellectuals. Interwar period. Transnational history. Interwar Associations.