Television Dramas and the Global Village: Storytelling through Race and Gender Paperback – April 3, 2023 We are delighted about the affordable 2023 paperback edition of this global television book. It is now more ideal for university course adoption and faculty acquisition. This book discusses the role of television drama series on a global scale, […]
El Instituto’s core faculty member, Emma Amador, receives JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) Research initiative funding for research project: Bright Futures: Antonia Pantoja and the Practice of Ethnic Studies in US History. Read more in UConn Today article.
Emmy Award-Winning UConn Professor Takes on Zero Tolerance, Family Separation with Second PBS Frontline Documentary You can read more in the article from UConn Today.
In 2020, Connecticut became the first state in the nation to require all high schools to offer a course on Black, Puerto Rican, and Latino studies. Congratulations to CLAS faculty in transforming Connecticut K-12 Curricula through The Black and Latino History Project (BLHP): Fiona Vernal Anne Gebelein Jason Oliver Chang Avinoam Patt Noga Shemer […]
UConn Anthropology PhD and Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Rhode Island, Hilda Lloréns’ latest book, Making Livable Worlds: Afro-Puerto Rican Women Building Environmental Justice has recently won two awards: The Gregory Bateson Prize from the Society for Cultural Anthropology And the Frank Bonilla Book Award from the Puerto Rican Studies Association Congratulations, […]
Below is our pamphlet for our Spring 2023 courses.
Organized by Katerina Gonzalez Seligmann, Jacqueline Loss, and Inileidys Hernández. See form below for upcoming events and to register for online attendance. For more information contact Jacqueline Loss.
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 […]
“I knew the men murdered in the Amazon—and their alleged killer”
Luis Palomino, in-coming student in the MA in International Studies with a concentration in Latina/o and Latin American Studies, is co-author of two recent scholarly publications in Perú. One article, “Determinantes de la evolución del número de casos y muertes por COVID-19 en el Perú: movilidad, geografía y desarrollo económico,” tracks changes over time in […]