Upcoming Events

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Policing their Own: Latinx, La Migra, and the Conflict of Being Both Latino Studies Seminar Series by David Cortez

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Location: Private Dining Room, Morris Inn

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As part of ILS's Latino Studies Seminar Series, David Cortez, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame, will be giving a lecture titled: Policing their Own: Latinx, La Migra, and the Conflict of Being Both. Professor Cortez's lecture will be held on April 19, 2018 at 12:30P.M. at the Morris Inn.  This lecture is by invitation only and RSVPs are required to imaldona@nd.edu

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2017-2018 GRACIELA OLIVAREZ AWARD

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Location: Eck Commons, Notre Dame Law School

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The Hispanic Law Students Association presents the 2017-2018 Graciela Olivarez Award

Honoring Justice Jesse G. Reyes
Illinois Appellate Court, First District
Presiding Justice, Fifth Division

 

Recpetion to follow
Ceremony open to the public

 

Please RSVP here

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Latino Studies in the Professions

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Location: Samora Library, 204 McKenna Hall

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This series will discuss how the Latino Studies Major and Minor prepare students for professional careers in various fields.  Each semester, the series will feature an Alumi speaker, who majored or minored in Latino Studies, to share his/her work experience.

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Thursday, April 26, 2018

Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture: Sighting Mexican America among the Phantoms: Photorealism and the Encompassing Life and Art of Jesse Treviño lecture by José E. Limón

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Location: 210-214 McKenna Hall

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As part of the Young Scholars Symposium, Distinguished Visiting Professor, José E. Limón, Professor of American Literature Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Texas' Mody C. Boatright Regents Professor of American Literature Emeritus, will present a lecture titled: Sighting Mexican America among the Phantoms: Photorealism and the Encompassing Life and Art of Jesse Treviño.  This lecture will be held on April 26, 2018 at 210-214 McKenna Hall.  This lecture is open to the public.…

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