Economic, political and cultural relations between the Americas and the growing importance of the Latino presence in the United States have made Latin American and Latino Studies a crucial field of inquiry for numerous disciplines. > more
Undergraduates may either major or minor in Latin American and Latino Studies. Both programs offer an interdisciplinary approach to understanding Mexico, South America, the Caribbean and the Latin American diaspora in the United States. > more
The Latin American and Latino Studies Program presents an annual prize for best undergraduate paper and awards travel grants to both undergraduate and graduate students to conduct research in the field. > more
Latin American and Latino Studies Program Events
"Global Protests, Local Realities: Understanding the Massive
Brazilian Street Protests of 2013",
Tuesday, March 4, 2014, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the International
Lounge of Usdan Student Center
Anahi Russo Garrido, "Queer Love in Normal Times: Lesbian Intimacy in Contemporary Mexico City"
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The Latin American and Latino Studies Program sponsors outside speakers, concerts, films and student presentations to help keep the Brandeis community informed about issues that impact Latin America and the Latino diaspora in the United States.