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  • Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    Studies advances understanding of the fastest growing and youngest population in the United States and in the U S Catholic Church ILS strengthens Notre Dame s mission to prepare transformative leaders in education the professions the arts economic and civic participation faith and family life among Latinos and all members of our society Home About Faculty Institute Initiatives News Events Graduate Students Undergraduate Programs Student Opportunities Library Archives Copyright 2015

    Original URL path: http://latinostudies.nd.edu/ (2015-10-15)
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  • Institute Personnel // Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    574 631 3819 Fr Virgilio Elizondo The Notre Dame Professor of Pastoral and Hispanic Theology 250A McKenna Hall elizondo 2 nd edu 574 631 4741 Daniel Groody CSC Director Immigration Project Associate Prof of Theology 250B McKenna Hall dgroody nd edu 574 631 3233 Karen Richman Director Undergraduate Studies 250D McKenna Hall krichman nd edu 574 631 8146 Viveca Pattison Robichaud Special Collections Librarian and Archivist Julian Samora Library 204C

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  • About // Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    legacy of Julian Samora a pioneering Latino scholar and professor of sociology the Institute supports scholarly initiatives in Latino studies as a key component of Notre Dame s academic mission By teaching and preparing leaders advancing research and strengthening community the Institute is true to the mission tradition and distinctively Catholic values of Notre Dame Our former director s shared vision for the Institute for Latino Studies at the University

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  • Faculty // Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    New York W W Norton 2014 Ruiz Jason Americans in the Treasure House Travel to Porfirian Mexico and the Cultural Politics of Empire Austin University of Texas Press 2014 Ramírez Ricardo Mobilizing Opportunities The Evolving Latino Electorate and the Future of American Politics Charlottesville University of Virginia Press 2013 Prizant Yael Cuba Inside Out Revolution and Contemporary Theatre Carbondale Southern Illinois University Press 2013 Pensado Jaime Rebel Mexico Student Unrest and Authoritarian Political Culture during the Long Sixties Stanford CA Stanford University Press 2013 More Publications Faculty News ILS Affiliated Faculty Offer Community Based Learning Classes Published September 22 2015 Author Josh Weinhold Through a series of new community based learning Spanish courses at Notre Dame undergraduates are improving their language skills both inside and outside the classroom The learning model is based on the idea that a faculty member and local organization leader are co educators the experience is designed to be mutually beneficial to both the class and the community group Spanish students in intermediate level and community based learning classes now average about 3 000 hours of service per year in South Bend Read More Posted In Faculty News Theatre Professor s Play Explores Nuances of Interfaith Love Published September 18 2015 Author Aaron Smith Disheartened by anti Muslim rhetoric that followed the 9 11 terrorist attacks Anne García Romero resolved to write a play that explored the intricacies and nuances of interfaith love tolerance and peaceful coexistence After years in the making that work has become a reality Paloma which received its West Coast premiere and ran for a month this summer at the Los Angeles Theatre Center focuses on a romance between a Muslim man and a Christian woman Read More Posted In Faculty News Video Saturday Scholar Series Lecture with Luis Ricardo Fraga Published

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  • Institute Initiatives // Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    research of our affiliated faculty and students as well as Latino studies colleagues from across the country Current collective initiatives include Transformative Latino Leadership Lecture Series The Virgilio Elizondo Distinguished Visiting Professorship Young Scholars Symposium Latino Studies Seminar Letras Latinas Immigration Project Latino Perspectives Book Series Home About Faculty Institute Initiatives Transformative Latino Leadership Project Distinguished Visiting Professorship Young Scholars Symposium Latino Studies Seminar Letras Latinas Immigration Project Book Series

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  • News & Events // Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    Romero resolved to write a play that explored the intricacies and nuances of interfaith love tolerance and peaceful coexistence After years in the making that work has become a reality Paloma which received its West Coast premiere and ran for a month this summer at the Los Angeles Theatre Center focuses on a romance between a Muslim man and a Christian woman Read More Posted In Faculty News Video Saturday Scholar Series Lecture with Luis Ricardo Fraga Published September 14 2015 Author Institute for Latino Studies ILS Co Director Luis Ricardo Fraga presented at the first Fall 2015 Saturday Scholar Series 9 5 15 prior to the Notre Dame vs University of Texas game His presentation titled The Changing American Voter in 2016 and Beyond Read More Posted In Faculty News Three Questions with Theologian Timothy Matovina Published September 14 2015 Author Michael O Garvey Pope Francis is due to arrive in America Sept 22 his first trip to North America He s expected to address the growing influx of Latinos in the U S Catholic church while he s here including delivering several talks in Spanish Timothy Matovina professor of theology and co director of the University of Notre Dame s Institute for Latino Studies says Latinos have much to offer in the Church Matovina teaches and studies Latino theology and Catholic history in America Read More Posted In Faculty News Events Wednesday October 14 2015 Poetry Reading by Orlando Menes Time Wed Oct 14 2015 7 30PM 8 30PM Location Hammes Notre Dame Bookstore Orlando Menes an English professor and fellow of the Institute for Latino Studies will read from his latest poetry collections Heresies University of New Mexico Press 2015 and Fetish Read More Thursday October 22 2015 Transnational Migration in Comparative Perspective Italy and the United States Time Thu Oct 22 2015 All Day Location Notre Dame Global Gateway in Rome Italy Transnational Migration in Comparative Perspective Italy and the United States October 21 23 2015 Rome Italy Among the most challenging and complex issues facing the world today is how to regulate the movement of peoples from one country to another An increasing number are leaving their countries of origin to find freedom from political persecution safety from war gainful employment and the opportunity to live fulfilling lives in other nations This interdisciplinary symposium aims to facilitate discussion and collaboration between scholars in the U S and Italy who work on transnational migration and to expand the range of policy options that can be informed through research Read More Friday October 23 2015 Transnational Migration in Comparative Perspective Italy and the United States Time Fri Oct 23 2015 All Day Location Notre Dame Global Gateway in Rome Italy Transnational Migration in Comparative Perspective Italy and the United States October 21 23 2015 Rome Italy Among the most challenging and complex issues facing the world today is how to regulate the movement of peoples from one country to another An increasing number are leaving their countries

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  • Graduate Students // Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    Ángel Valdéz Political Science Horacio Vela Theology Carla Villanueva History Christopher L Weaver Political Science Recent Accomplishments Spring 2015 Colleen Cross project coordinator for the ILS immigration project has been accepted into the joint doctoral program with Notre Dame s theology department and Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies She will pursue her studies in systematic theology and continue to focus research and attention on issues related to international migration Suzanne Garcia a Master of Fine Arts student in Creative Writing has been selected for the Gender Studies Teaching Apprenticeship for the 2015 2016 academic year She has also been nominated by the University of Notre Dame Creative Writing Program for the AWP Intro Awards for her poem POP Goes the Gum Ae Hee Lee Master of Fine Arts attended the third gathering of the ILS Letras Latinas Writers Initiative a network for Latino a writers pursuing graduate degrees in creative writing This year s gathering took place at Arizona State University ASU and included MFA candidates from American University ASU the University of New Mexico and the University of Notre Dame Karen Hooge Michalka a Ph D student in Sociology was awarded a grant from the Center for the Study of Religion and Society of Notre Dame to support transcription work on her dissertation Embodied Cultural Transitions in Protestant Latino Congregations She is a fellow with the Latino Protestant Congregations Study a nationwide research initiative focused on the changing religious landscape of the United States and is comparing cultural strategies of incorporation and integration in two congregations Felicia Moralez a Ph D student in History presented a paper titled Motherhood Catholicism and Citizenship in Mexican Gary 1920 1927 at the biannual Urban History Association UHA conference Her presentation was part of a panel session called New Work on the

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  • Undergraduate Programs // Institute for Latino Studies // University of Notre Dame
    as well as those whose ancestors were long ago incorporated during U S westward expansion The supplemental major and minor in Latino Studies engage students with the latest research and analysis on the diverse Latino population in fields such as American studies anthropology history literature political science sociology and theology Each semester the Institute for Latino Studies offers approximately fourteen undergraduate courses that range from classroom lectures and seminars to community based service learning courses in the local Latino community of South Bend ILS also offers annual summer service learning courses in Chicago Los Angeles and Washington D C Latino Studies is relevant to practically every academic discipline and to careers in architecture business church leadership community organizing the arts engineering law medicine teaching and much more Latino Studies IS NOT a only for Latinos b only about Mexicans c identical to Latin American Studies d only for Arts and Letters majors Latino Studies IS a for everyone regardless of their identity b about Americans of Latin American and Caribbean heritage c interested in the ongoing transnational ties with countries throughout the Americas d for Business Science Engineering and Architecture majors too For more information about our undergraduate programs please

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