Latina/o Studies

2016 Feb 08

EVENT RESCHEDULED: Latina/o Studies Working Group Inaugural Meeting



2 Arrow Street, 4th Floor, Room 408

Due to weather conditions, we have decided to cancel tonight’s event, "The Latina/o Studies Working Group Inaugural Meeting.” As always the safety of our students is the main priority.

However, we are excited to launch The Latina/o Studies Working Group at our first event on February 22, 2016. Please click here for more information. 

2015 Apr 09

The Right of Immigrants and the Duties of Nations: Cesar Chavez as Political Thinker



CGIS Knafel, Room 354 (1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge)

Eduardo Mendieta is the Chair of the Department of Philosophy at Stony Brook University, specializing in global ethics, critical theory, theories of modernity, postmodernity, colonialism, and Latin American philosophy.  His lecture is prompted by Mayra Rivera’s course, “Being and Knowing in Latina Theory,” cross-listed by the Divinity School and the Department of Roman Languages and Literatures.  The public is invited and encouraged to attend."

2015 Apr 16

Senior Thesis Prize in Ethnicity, Migration, Rights Nominations Due

(All day)


2 Arrow Street, Room 431

The Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights (EMR) would like to recognize the best senior thesis on the topic of ethnicity, migration, indigeneity, or human rights. Topics of interest also include Asian American, Latino, and Native American Studies. Individual professors, departments or concentrations may nominate candidates, or candidates may nominate their own thesis. Complete Nominations are due Thursday, April 16, 2015 by 2 pm in the EMR Office located at 2 Arrow Street, Room 431.

2015 Feb 06

EMR Student Reception

3:30pm to 5:00pm


2 Arrow Street, Room 408

The Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights (EMR) invites you to a reception...

Come meet faculty who teach EMR courses! Learn about new course offerings, summer research grants, and our senior thesis prize! Meet other students invested in EMR topics like Asian American Studies, Latino Studies, Native American Studies, Human Rights, and Migration!