Director: David Tavárez;
Participating Faculty: Carlos Alamo (Sociology), Michael C. Aronna (Hispanic Studies), Light Carruyo (Sociology), Colleen Ballerino Cohenb (Anthropology), Brian J. Godfreyb (Geography), Mihai Grünfeld (Hispanic Studies), Katherine Hiteb (Political Science), Tracey Holland (Education), Timothy Koechlin (International Studies), Joseph Nevins (Earth Science and Geography), Leslie Scott Offutt (History), Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert (Hispanic Studies), Sarah Pearlman (Economics), Hiram Perez (English), Eréndira Rueda (Sociology), David Tavárez (Anthropology), Nicolás Vivaldab (Hispanic Studies), Eva Woods Peiró (Hispanic Studies).
b On leave 2018/19, second semester
The Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program provides a multidisciplinary approach to the study of Latin America and the Latino/a populations of the Americas. The program allows students to explore the multiplicity of cultures and societies of Latin and Latino/a America in ways that acknowledge the permeability, or absence, of borders. The program emphasizes knowledge of global politics, economies, cultures, and nations as theorized, imagined, and practiced through Latin/Latino/a America.
Correlate Sequence in Latin American and Latino/a Studies
Latin American and Latino/a Studies: I. Introductory
Latin American and Latino/a Studies: II. Intermediate
Latin American and Latino/a Studies: III. Advanced