Assistant Professor Tatiana Reinoza
The Latino Studies Seminar Series examines new research projects of Notre Dame faculty in the collegial context of a community of intellectuals. Lectures span all disciplines and allow for thought-provoking conversations between ILS Faculty Fellows.
Here are some recent seminars:
"Community Non-Profits and Racial/Ethnic Minority Victims' Crime Reporting Behavior,"
Ricardo Martinez-Schuldt, Assistant Professor of Sociology
“America at its Best: Enacting the 1975 Voting Rights Act,”
Luis Fraga, ILS Director; Rev. Donald P. McNeill, C.S.C., Professor of Transformative Latino Leadership; and Joseph and Elizabeth Robbie Professor of Political Science
“Correcting Injustice in the American Criminal Justice System,”
Jimmy Gurulé, Professor of Law
“Border Pop: Chicanx Printmaking in the NAFTA Era,”
Tatiana Reinoza, Assistant Professor of Art, Art History, & Design
“Hanigan and the Origins of the Immigrant Rights Movement,”
Maggie Elmore, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism