Tasha Robles has recently been awarded the “University Advisor of the Year” award by the Hermandad de Sigma Iota Alpha.
- Ann Abbott recently published a piece in the Chicago Tribune op-ed section.
- What do tangible objects such as textiles, silverwork, maps, books, jewelry, paintings, clothing, furniture, kitchen utensils, and food tell us about the history and c
- In this course, we will study representations of animals in Latin American culture and examine why writers and artists thought with animals to work through human questions of gender, race, an
- As one of the most divisive issues of our time, immigration has quickly become a major topic of focus in literature, film, and journalism.
- Learn about social entrepreneurship and non-profit programming that is linguistically and culturally appropriate—and gain pre-professional workplace experience.
- In class and off campus, learn from our local Latino community while working in a multilingual, professional setting. This is a service learning course
- This course will offer a historical perspective of the way ecology, natural disasters, and human actions are intrinsically intertwined.
- This course examines how both emigration and immigration have been portrayed in Spanish literature and in other cultural manifestations since 1900 to the present.
- Prof. Dede F.
- Eric Calderwood (affiliated faculty, Department of Comparative and World Literatures) has been selected as a Lincoln Excellence for Assistant Professor Scholar for the College of LAS for 2017
- This course will critically consider the construction of a new Latin American international cinema from a Cultural Studies approach, investigating how it fulfills or disrupts desires for a borderle
- Alumnus Iker González-Allende awarded Leland and Dorothy Professorship at the University of NebraskaOur alumnus Iker González-Allende has been awarded a Leland and Dorothy Olson Professorship at the University of Nebraska.
- Alumnus Pamela Cappas-Toro has been named a finalist for the national