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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    Cultural Leadership Internships CCLIP Chicago CCLIP Los Angeles Summer Institute in Latino Public Policy Youth Leadership Conference Scholarships Research Publications Map Gallery Book Series Publications Featured Publications Recent Publications Search Publications Mailing List Project Web Sites Library Archives Using the Library Collections Oral History Project Researching Latino Visual Arts Getting Started Search Tips Bibliographic Databases Bibliographies Midwest Latino Arts Documentary Heritage Project MidLAD Links Arts Culture Notre Dame Center for Arts Culture Galería América Crossroads Gallery Search the ILS Website Find us on Facebook Calendar Email Home Welcome to the Institute for Latino Studies Did you know that in the US today 1 in 6 residents is Latino 1 in 5 school children is Latino 1 in 4 babies is Latino 1 in 3 Catholics is Latino 1 in 2 Catholics under 30 is Latino Latinos are at once the oldest and the newest immigrant population in our country They are expected to account for over 25 of the US population by 2050 and even now as the numbers above demonstrate they represent one of the most significant factors for social change in our nation What is the significance of the growth of this population What does the future hold

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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    Project Researching Latino Visual Arts Getting Started Search Tips Bibliographic Databases Bibliographies Midwest Latino Arts Documentary Heritage Project MidLAD Links Arts Culture Notre Dame Center for Arts Culture Galería América Crossroads Gallery Search the ILS Website Find us on Facebook Calendar Email Home About the Institute Since its creation in 1999 the Institute for Latino Studies has played a vital role in fostering understanding of the US Latino experience Building

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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    Arts Getting Started Search Tips Bibliographic Databases Bibliographies Midwest Latino Arts Documentary Heritage Project MidLAD Links Arts Culture Notre Dame Center for Arts Culture Galería América Crossroads Gallery Search the ILS Website Find us on Facebook Calendar Email Home Institute Staff Institute Directors José E Limón Director click for bio Timothy Matovina Executive Director click for bio class links Douglas Franson Assistant Director click for bio Unit Directors Francisco Aragón

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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    Scholarships Research Publications Map Gallery Book Series Publications Featured Publications Recent Publications Search Publications Mailing List Project Web Sites Library Archives Using the Library Collections Oral History Project Researching Latino Visual Arts Getting Started Search Tips Bibliographic Databases Bibliographies Midwest Latino Arts Documentary Heritage Project MidLAD Links Arts Culture Notre Dame Center for Arts Culture Galería América Crossroads Gallery Search the ILS Website Find us on Facebook Calendar Email Home Faculty and Fellows Faculty Fellows Thomas Anderson Associate Professor Romance Languages and Literatures Kevin Barry Interim Director Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning Jorge Bustamante Eugene Conley Professor of Sociology Agustín Fuentes Professor of Anthropology Gustavo Gutiérrez Professor of Theology Jimmy Gurulé Professor of Law Ben Heller Associate Professor Romance Languages Kristine Ibsen Professor of Latin American Studies Cyraina Johnson Roullier Associate Professor Department of English George A Lopez Professor of Peace Studies Joseph P Marino Professor Deparment of Chemistry and Biochemistry Orlando Menes Associate Professor Department of English Marisel Moreno Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures Darcia Narvaez Associate Professor of Psychology Jaime Pensado Assistant Professor History Yael Prizant Assistant Professor of Film Television and Theatre Ricardo Ramirez Associate Professor Department of Political

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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    History Project Researching Latino Visual Arts Getting Started Search Tips Bibliographic Databases Bibliographies Midwest Latino Arts Documentary Heritage Project MidLAD Links Arts Culture Notre Dame Center for Arts Culture Galería América Crossroads Gallery Search the ILS Website Find us on Facebook Calendar Email Home ILS Advisory Council Victor Arias Jr Dallas Texas Julio Casillas Lone Tree Colorado Priscilla Clemens New York New York Dorene Dominguez Sacramento California Ivelisse Estrada Los

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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    as director Notre Dame uses a 1 million gift from the Follet Corporation to establish the Julian Samora Chair in Latino Studies Director Cárdenas recruits Allert Brown Gort expert in US Mexico relations Latino studies and immigration as associate director Inter University Program for Latino Research IUPLR founded 1983 moves its national headquarters from the University of Texas to Notre Dame Center upgraded to Institute 1999 Inauguration Symposium features panels on ethnicity and social justice and inter American integration Former Rhodes Scholar and ND graduate John Phillip Santos signs his 1999 book Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation Serigraph Un nuevo amanacer commissioned for the occasion from Malaquias Montoya Institute s Galería América opens with an exhibition of Jean Charlot s Chemin de la Croix portfolio followed by exhibitions of student work and work of nationally recognized artists such as Malaquias Montoya Alan Pogue Carmen Lomas Garza Esperanza Gama Rubén Trejo and Paul Strand Julian Samora Library Archives and Special Collections opens 2000 Office of Minority Health US Department of Health and Human Services funds IUPLR HIV AIDS prevention initiative Prevenir es vivir Some 160 000 awareness posters distributed over next five years Major five year grant from the MacNeal Health Foundation later the Arthur Foundation launches the Center for Metropolitan Chicago Initiatives CMCI directed by Sylvia Puente Rev Virgilio Elizondo recognized by Time magazine as a leading global spiritual innovator and widely acknowledged as a pioneer among Hispanic theologians for his work on mestizaje joins the Institute s Latino Ecclesial and Pastoral Concerns later the Center for Latino Spirituality and Culture US Census Bureau designates IUPLR an official Census Information Center www nd edu iuplr cic htm 2001 In conjunction with the Center for Social Concerns the Hispanic Leadership Internship Program later renamed the Latino Leadership Internship Program is expanded giving undergraduates service learning opportunities in Chicago The program is replicated in Los Angeles in 2008 First meeting of the Institute s Advisory Board later designated an Advisory Council First Día de los Muertos festivities held at the Snite Museum of Art an event that has become an annual celebration attended by growing numbers of Latinos and non Latinos alike from the ND and local communities 2002 Publication of Bordering the Mainstream A Needs Assessment of Latinos in Berwyn and Cicero Illinois attracts considerable attention in the Chicago area Grant from the Pew Charitable Trusts launches the Center for the Study of Latino Religion CSLR directed by Edwin I Hernández Sueños sin fronteras Making College Dreams a Reality is launched first in what has become an annual event With support from the Institute and participation by the events coordinator and associate director ND undergrads bring local high school students to campus Galería América retrospective exhibition opens The Latino Student at Notre Dame From Early History to the Modern Experience 1864 2001 Gaia Distinguished Fellowship in Latino Studies established to provide funding for Notre Dame students pursuing PhDs in any relevant discipline Institute cosponsors an international conference honoring

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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    Started Search Tips Bibliographic Databases Bibliographies Midwest Latino Arts Documentary Heritage Project MidLAD Links Arts Culture Notre Dame Center for Arts Culture Galería América Crossroads Gallery Search the ILS Website Find us on Facebook Calendar Email Home Julian Samora The Institute for Latino Studies is founded upon the outstanding intellectual tradition established by Julian Samora 1920 1996 an esteemed Notre Dame professor in the Department of Sociology from 1959 to 1985 ILS s Director Gilberto Cárdenas and Associate Director for Border and Inter American Affairs Jorge Bustamante are among his many protégés and in 1997 the Julian Samora Chair in Latino Studies was established in his honor A pioneering scholar of Mexican American studies Samora focused on civil rights and discrimination public health and rural poverty Frequent personal encounters with anti Chicano prejudice in the course of his education strengthened his determination and his vision of the role of scholarship in the struggle against racial ethnic hostility and ignorance In 1953 he completed his studies at Washington University in St Louis to become the first known Mexican American to earn a US doctorate in sociology and anthropology He cofounded the Southwest Council of La Raza which became the National Council of La Raza and helped found the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund and the Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project He served on numerous governmental and private boards and commissions including the US Commission on Civil Rights the National Institute of Mental Health and the President s Commission on Rural Poverty At Notre Dame he directed the Mexican Border Studies Project founded the Mexican American Graduate Studies program and together with his wife Betty reached out as friend and mentor to generations of Latino students The Samoras also campaigned actively for labor and immigrant rights on campus in

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  • The Institute for Latino Studies | University of Notre Dame
    for Arts Culture Galería América Crossroads Gallery Search the ILS Website Find us on Facebook Calendar Email Home Giving to the Institute Thank you for considering making a donation to the Institute for Latino Studies Your generosity has a direct impact on our ability to carry out our mission to bring the academic strengths and unique Catholic character of Notre Dame to bear on understanding and addressing the demographic changes facing our nation Your support helps us to provide unsurpassed undergraduate education that prepares Notre Dame students to be leaders in the twenty first century to advance our research into the vital contributions US Latinos make and the challenges they face in our changing nation and to build bridges among the diverse groups that bring strength to the Catholic Church and our society at large For more information about giving please visit the Supporting Notre Dame site How to Give to the Institute Give Online It only takes a few minutes to make a credit card gift of any amount via our secure online giving site For your convenience we accept Visa Mastercard and American Express Click on the Donate Now link here or on the banner below Login and fill out the required information In the comment section of the form type Institute for Latino Studies to properly direct your donation Send a Check by Mail Please make checks payable to the University of Notre Dame Remember to include instructions to designate your gift toward Institute for Latino Studies Mail your generous gift to the following address University of Notre Dame Department of Development 1100 Grace Hall Notre Dame IN 46556 Give by Phone You can make a credit card gift by phone by calling Development Information Services at 574 631 9385 Please remember to designate your gift to

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