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Institute for Latino Studies announces participants for the 2015 Young Scholars Symposium

Author: Institute for Latino Studies

The Institute for Latino Studies is pleased to announce the participants for our 2015 Young Scholars Symposium, to be convened April 8-10 on the University of Notre Dame campus. These scholars will present a dissertation chapter or essay draft for discussion with ILS faculty fellows and our 2015 Virgilio Elizondo Distinguished Visiting Professor, Davíd Carrasco. Congratulations to our 2015 honorees:

Lloyd Barba, University of Michigan
Kiku Huckle, University of Washington
Marzia Milazzo, Vanderbilt University
Aida I. Ramos, University of Texas at San Antonio
Javier Ramirez, Indiana University
Sujey Vega, Arizona State University

Read the full press release and participant bios here.

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Congratulations to John Phillip Santos '79

Author: Institute for Latino Studies

ILS congratulates John Phillip Santos on his reception of The Anthony J. Lauck Award from the Notre Dame Alumni Association. John Phillip has been a favorite among our students during his various visits to campus for ILS events, and we are grateful he has received this prestigious recognition.

John Phillip Santos

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Video: Latino Politics and the Role of Latino Studies at Notre Dame

Author: Institute for Latino Studies

"Notre Dame made a committment to have an Institute for Latino Studies in 1999 out of a sense of its central mission as a Catholic institution to provide opportunities for predominantly Catholic immigrant communities. I knew that the University was unquestionably serious about doing everything it could to make Notre Dame the best place in the country to understand these communities and their future role in the United States. That is an exciting opportunity." says Luis Fraga.…

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