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Undergrad Minor Ph.D. Minor Spring '18 Courses Cross-Listed Courses Why Latino Studies?

César E. Chávez Undergraduate Research Symposium
in Latino Studies

Dates: March 21-22, 2013

Thursday, March 21st: Keynote Address
Location: Dogwood Room, IMU 7pm-9pm

Friday, March 22nd: Symposium
Location: Frangipani Room, IMU 9am-5pm

Winner of A 2013 Latino Faculty and Staff Program Award

Symposium Program Available Here

Indiana Daily Student Newspaper Interview with Keynote

Thursday - March 21st

Keynote Address

Lives in Limbo: Undocumented Young Adults and the Conflicting Experiences of Belonging and Exclusion

Roberto Gonzales, Ph.D. | University of Chicago

Friday - March 22nd

Symposium Schedule

Welcome: Opening Remarks to the First César E. Chávez Undergraduate Research Symposium in Latino Studies

Panel 1: Living Borderlands, Performing Latina/o Lives 

Panel 2: Latina/o Cultures and Folklore

Panel 3: Public Lives, Transnational Spaces  

Poster Session & Closing Reception

Background on Symposium:

The Latino Studies Program at Indiana University invites undergraduate students to participate in our first César E. Chávez Undergraduate Research Symposium to be held Thursday March 21 and Friday March 22, 2013. Students are invited to share their work through research papers, multi-media or poster presentations, in an engaging and welcoming environment.

We invite students to develop and present research they have done in a class that focuses on Latinas/Latinos in the U.S. and in transnational context. Students will have the opportunity to work in collaboration with a faculty member or graduate student to develop their projects. The Latino Studies Program will also provide workshops on presentation skills and poster-making prior to the symposium.

The aim of the symposium is to encourage undergraduate interdisciplinary research in Latino Studies and invite the general public to engage in conversations about Latina/o lived experiences.

Topics could include but are not limited to:

  • Education
  • Migration
  • Diasporas
  • Gender and Sexuality
  • Culture Production
  • Literature
  • Health
  • Media
  • Public Policy
  • Activism
  • Social Justice
  • Identity Politics
  • Building community
  • Citizenship
  • Race and Class

For more information or if there are any specific questions, please contact: Antonio Estudillo -