The Institute launched its Latino Perspectives book series in collaboration with the University of Notre Dame Press in 2001. For current titles in the series, go to the University of Notre Dame Press. The series publishes new scholarship, general works that can be used as college textbooks, and reprints of classics. Titles encompass four research areas:
- Latino spirituality and religion;
- Border affairs, immigration, and globalization;
- Latino arts, culture, and humanities;
- Social sciences and public policy
The series also includes a general category to allow for future developments. ILS professors and leadership team José Limón, Timothy Matovina, and Luis Ricardo Fraga serve as series editors. Submissions are welcome. Send inquiries to: Institute for Latino Studies, University of Notre Dame, 230 McKenna Hall, Notre Dame, IN 46556 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To order books, please visit the University of Notre Dame Press website.