Latina/o Studies Conference



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UPDATES: The Preliminary Conference Program is now available. Please check it and if you are a panel organizer refer your panelists to the website and inform them of the day and time of your session(s).

Please see the link for the agenda of the Association Launch and Business Meetings.

Registration fees include membership in the Latino Studies Association. Registration fees are nonrefundable.

Conference rates at the Palmer House Hilton are no longer available. Please see the link for additional hotels in the area which is available under General Information.

Major Sponsors:Latina and Latino Studies Program, Northwestern University; Department of Latina/Latino Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Department of Latin American and Latino Studies, DePaul University; Latino Studies Program, Williams College; Latin American and Latino Studies Program, Loyola University; Center of the Study of Race, Politics and Culture, University of Chicago; Latino Studies Research Center, University of Notre Dame; LASER Program, Ohio State University; Latino Studies, American Culture, and Office of the Senior Vice-Provost for Academic Affairs, University of Michigan; Americas Research Center at  Rice University; School of Transborder Studies, Arizona State University; Department of Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies, and Department of American Studies, Rutgers University; The Journal,Latino Studies; Program in Latino/a Studies in the Global South, Duke University,College of Letters and Sciences, Social Sciences Division;University of California-Berkeley


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