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    UConn’s El Instituto (Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean and Latin American Studies)

    Merging Latinx and Latin American studies courses and faculty, El Instituto supports the development of hemispheric and Latinx-centered perspectives on both critical ethnic studies and world area studies.

Recent News

GLC Receives CT Humanities Award

By Yale’s newsletter July 22, 2022 New Haven, Connecticut – The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at the MacMillan Center at Yale University has been award a $30,000 grant from Connecticut Humanities to enable them to develop a series of working groups for Connecticut teachers to study and develop curriculum and resources on Black and Latino […]

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Upcoming Events

  1. Oct 4 La mujer y la crónica en el siglo XXI (In Spanish)3:00pm
  2. Oct 4 Giving Back to the Latinx Community6:30pm
  3. Oct 11 Cuquita12:30pm
  4. Oct 11 Eyzaguirre Lecture: Guillermina De Ferrari4:00pm
  5. Oct 13 Landfall Documentary Screening And Q&A With Director Cecilia Aldarondo And Associate Producer Lale Namerrow Pastor2:00pm
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