Out soon, a new book on the historical memory of slavery and the slave trade in Santo Domingo, by UConn History alumna Rosa Carrasquillo (Prof. at College of the Holy Cross). Follow Editora Educación Emergente in X for more information.
El Instituto director Charles Venator-Santiago was invited to join Connecticut Public Radio’s Where We Live in political misinformation.
El Instituto Interim Director Venator-Santiago was recently quoted in Politico. He provided an analysis of the local primary environment in Puerto Rico.
Charles R. Venator-Santiago, the Interim Director for El Instituto and the Puerto Rican Studies Initiative was recently quoted in NBC Connecticut. You can read the article here.
Interim Director of El Instituto, Charles Venator Santiago, presents Puerto Rican Studies Initiative research findings in the Shining Star Awards event given by the Meriden-based Midstate Chamber of Commerce and its Hispanic Leaders in Action subcommittee, often known as HOLA. You can read further at myrecordjournal.com.
Charles R. Venator-Santiago, the Interim Director for El Instituto and the Puerto Rican Studies Initiative was recently quoted in the New York Times. You can read the article here.
Author Esmeralda Santiago, and Faculty Interim Director of El Instituto, Dr. Charles Venator-Santiago, was recently featured on the podcast Where we Live, produced by Connecticut Public Radio. In the podcast, they talk about Esmeralda Santiago’s new book Las Madres, which chronicles five women as they survive and are shaped by their experiences by Hurricane Maria […]
Professor Charles Rob Venator-Santiago was part of the discussion at the Legislative Office Building hosted by the General Assembly’s Commission on Women, Children, Seniors, Equity & Opportunity. You can read more on myrecordjournal.com.
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.