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.
The Center for Enterprise Research and Education (CERE) and the Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship Program (ICE) at Wake Forest are co-sponsoring two internship opportunities to work for AMOS Health and Hope, which is a non-profit public health organization in Nicaragua. The two internships are related to AMOS’s rural health program: microfinance and sustainability of community pharmacies. [...] Read more »
The Latin American and Latino Studies Program and the Organization of Latin American Students will co-sponsor the 2nd annual Latino Awareness Week from March 15th through March 19th, with special events designed to spread knowledge as to the challenges and problems faced by the Latino community worldwide held each day throughout the week. The events [...] Read more »
Zenaida Romeu, Cuban musician and director of the internationally acclaimed, all-woman string orchestra, Camerata Romeu, will be coming to Wake Forest and give a presentation as well as several musical performances. Ms. Romeu will first be giving a presentation on April 16th at 4 PM in Greene Hall (more details will be forthcoming). Following the [...] Read more »
The Department of Romance Languages and the Latin American and Latino Studies program is sponsoring a reading by Santiago Vaquera Vasquez entitled “Sonido Sonidero Fronterizo: Songs From My Border Hi-Fi.” More information about Santiago Vaquera Vasquez: Santaigo Vaquera Vasquez is a self-proclaimed unrepentant border crosser, ex-DJ, writer, painter, and assistant professor of Spanish at the [...] Read more »