As leaders of centers, institutes, and programs at the University of Connecticut dedicated to advancing critical understanding of social justice and human rights, we are fully committed to the aim, outlined in the university’s mission, of helping students grow intellectually and become contributing members of society. We pursue this work with full consciousness that many […]
2017 UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic Fellowship
The UConn Migrant Farm Worker Clinic fellowship is a competitive award that allows students with an interest in migration studies and/or medicine to spend part of the summer working with a team of UConn medical professionals to provide services to migrant farmworkers. Students will be working with two teams: practitioners providing services and researchers examining […]
100 years of Puerto Ricans’ U.S. citizenship and the political status
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Dr. Charles Venator Santiago Recent Profiles
A 100 años de la ciudanaía de EE.UU.: Más dudas que repuestas Conferencia: La Base Constitucional de la Ciudanía Estadounidense de los Puertorriqueños Are Puerto Ricans really American citizens?
Are Puerto Ricans Really American Citizens?
Op-ed: Are Puerto Ricans Really American Citizens?
A STATEMENT FROM UCONN’S EL INSTITUTO: INSTITUTE OF LATINA/O, CARIBBEAN & LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
We, members of the core faculty and affiliate advisory board members of UConn’s El Instituto: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean, & Latin American Studies, write to express our commitment to advocating for the rights and freedoms of our students and co-workers at the university and fostering a welcoming intellectual community of critically engaged scholars. President Trump’s administration […]