Keynote Address: Solimar Otero, Ph.D.
"Borderlands and Crossroads:
Lousiana State University
Transnational Connections in Afrolatina/o Spiritualities"
Thursday, March 6
Oak Room, IMY 5pm-7pm
Friday, March 7
Panels and Posters
Oak Room, IMU 9am-5pm
This symposium honors the legacy of César E. Chávez, the civil rights leader
who fought for the rights and dignity of Latina/o workers, immigrants, and families.
We encourage undergraduate interdisciplinary research in Latino Studies
and invite the general public to engage in conversations about Latina/o lived experiences.
SAVE THE DATE:
Spring 2014 - April 3rd to April 5th, 2014
LATINO FILM FESTIVAL & CONFERENCE
Sponsored by Latino Studies and the IU Cinema
Thinking about getting a Latino Studies Minor?
Download a PDF version of our new flyer explaining the minor here.
A brief history and timeline of Latino Studies at Indiana University.
A message from our director John Nieto-Phillips, Ph.D.
Get to know our faculty and their research.
News: Latino Studies is very happy to welcome Dr. Alberto Varon to both Latino Studies and the Department of English! Dr. Varon comes to IU from the University of Texas, Austin where he
received his Ph.D. in 2012. More information will be available on Dr. Varon soon. Our online newsletter will be available soon.