The Latina/o Communities Conference is going virtual!
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
This interdisciplinary conference critically addresses the issue of immigration and the importance of supporting and strengthening the Latina/o community in the current political, social, cultural, and economic environment and provides a creative space to enhance the understanding of Latino/a issues, contributions and cultures.
Latina/o Communities Conference is expanding and will extend over the fall and spring semesters. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic this fall semester we will hold a virtual online mini-conference on September 30, 2020. In spring we will hold a larger blended, online and in-person conference (situation of the pandemic permitting) in March 2021 (date to be announced). Proposals for both conferences are now being accepted.
For questions email:Latina/o Communities Conference
or the Conference Coordinators:
Latina/o Communities Conference Committee:
Emily Aguiló-Perez (English)
León Arredondo (Anthropology)
Pablo Arriaza (Social Work)
Michele Belliveau (Social Work)
Marcos Campillo-Fenoll (Languages and Cultures)
Miguel Ceballos (Sociology)
Tony Delgado (Identity, Health, & Wellness)
Daniela Johannes (Languages and Cultures)
Raúl Olmo Fregoso Bailón (Educational Foundations and Policy)
Hiram Martinez (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion)
Chris Przemieniecki (Criminal Justice)
Linda Stevenson (Political Science)
Maria Urrutia (Dance)
Claire Verden (Special Education)
Latino American Student Organization (LASO)
The following organizations and offices have contributed to the success of this conference: