The Summer 2021 edition of UCONN ECE Magazine featured a story on the work of Associate Director and Associate Professor Anne Gebelein in supporting Early College Experience classes in Latin American Studies in high schools around the state. The article focused specifically on Gebelein’s lectures on cyclical violence in Central America, human rights at the […]
Ismael García-Colón UConn Anthropology PhD and Professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the College of Staten Island, CUNY, has been awarded the 2020 Frank Bonilla Book Award by the Puerto Rican Studies Association. According to the book prize selection committee, García-Colón’s book, Colonial Migrants at the Heart of Empire: Puerto Rican Workers on […]
The State Education Resource Center has published its curriculum guide for the 12th grade history courses in Black and Latino history, mandated by State Law 19-12. UConn faculty who participated as expert advisors include Dexter Gabriel (History/Africana), Anne Gebelein (El Instituto), Guillermo Irizarry (Spanish), Melina Pappademos (History/Africana), Jeffrey Ogbar (History), Mark Overmyer-Velázquez (History/El Instituto), Charles […]
In this UConn today article, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Human Rights, and Instituto faculty affiliate César Abadía-Barrero studies the integration into human rights concepts and measures of the holistic indigenous world view of “buen vivir” and relates recent mass protests in Colombia to the country’s structural inequalities, lack of educational opportunities, land use policies, […]
El Instituto, together with the Human Rights Institute, the School of Fine Arts, and the IIE Artist Protection Fund (APF) co-sponsored a solo exhibit event by Nicaraguan artist (and APF Fellow) Alejandro de la Guerra. His exhibit will be up from 6/25/21 – 7/21/21 at UConn’s Contemporary Art Galleries, 830 Bolton Rd. Storrs, CT 06269.