The Latin American and Latino Studies Program was established to encourage the study of Latin American and Latino history, culture, geography, economics and politics. Working with students and a distinguished interdisciplinary faculty, the Program is committed to enhancing and advancing the understanding of and appreciation for Latin America and its people.
Women’s political representation in Latin America has been reconfigured in the past few decades. Women’s movements, international organizations, and democratic openings have drawn attention to the importance of women’s political participation and leadership. In addition, the rise of women to the presidency (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and a handful of other countries) suggest progress in women’s […] Read more »
Join us for “Cuba Happening” and enjoy Cuban dance, food, music, videos, photos, ten-second poetry, hand-made art books, and Cuban children’s art. Thursday, October 27 – 7:00 pm Greene Hall Atrium
José Antonio Vargas is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and filmmaker whose work centers on the changing American identity. He is the founder of Define American, a non-profit media and culture organization that seeks to elevate the conversation around immigration and citizenship in America and #EmergingUS, a multimedia news platform that focuses on race, immigration, and the […] Read more »
Come and find out more about our exciting Spring Southern Cone (SoCo) Program and Fall Honors Program. We will have students from both programs sharing their experiences abroad!