The 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.
October 5, 2017
Hot Topics Faculty Debate
November 9, 2017
A Conversation on Latina Teachers
November 16, 2017
Empathy, Morality, and Criminality: The Legitimation Narratives of U.S. Border Patrol Agents
November 17, 2017
Barrio Nerds: Schooling, Identity, and the Politics of "Home"
December 7, 2017
Doom Season in Los Angeles
December 8, 2017
Hector Tobar, Chicano/Latino studies and English, via The New York Times
More Latinas are becoming teachers and reshaping our nation's classrooms
November 28, 2017
Glenda Flores, Chicano/Latino studies, via NBC News, Nov. 28, 2017