aboutThe Department of Chicano/Latino Studies is designed to provide undergraduate students with an opportunity to examine the historical and contemporary experiences of Americans of Latin American origin. This diverse population includes people who trace their heritage to Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and many other Latin American and Caribbean nations. The curriculum seeks to provide an awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of the language, history, culture, literature, sociology, anthropology, politics, social ecology, health, medicine, and creative (art, dance, drama, film, music) accomplishments in Chicano/Latino communities. The Department offers a B.A. degree in Chicano/Latino Studies, a minor, a certificate program, and a graduate emphasis.
Revealing Audiences and Rhetoric
February 10, 2016
February 12, 2016
Graduating with a Plan
February 17, 2016
Film Workshop: Coming of Age on the Silver Screen
February 18, 2016
EXPERT SERIES: Cuba and the U.S.: Making Up is Hard to Do
February 25, 2016
Graduating seniors - let your voice be heard!
February 6, 2016
Apply today to be a 2016 undergrad commencement speaker
Louis DeSipio, Chicano/Latino studies and political science professor, is featured on Southern California Public Radio Jan. 15, 2016