The Latino/Latin American Studies minor consists of 20 credits of interdisciplinary coursework. This study of the Americas is appropriate for all students, especially those majoring in History, Hispanic Studies, Political Science, Theology, and Global Business.
Touring Maya Culture: Indigenous Migration and Tourism in Neoliberal Mexico
9/19/2017, 7pm, Founders Room, Quad 170, SJU
Voicing the Silences: Indigenous Language, Poetry, and Decolonization
Ruperta Batista Vásquez
10/23/2017, 7pm, Gorecki 204, CSB
De-industrializing Agriculture in the Shadow of Green Man
11/14/2017, 7pm, Art 102, SJU
"Poetry y burrítos" with Roy Ketchum's students and poet, Ruperta Batista Vásquez (second right).
Hannah Koprek (CSB '10) currently a Talent Acquisition Coordinator. Read more...
The program offers a variety of courses, some focusing on particular national groups or specific academic disciplines, and others organized around comparative topics or issues. The purpose is to encourage in-depth study as well as to provide guidance for a general inquiry into the problem of cultural difference and its social and political implications, within both the Americas and the Caribbean