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Latin American and Latino/a Studies Minor

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Contact Latin American and Latino/a Studies Minor  

Latin American and Latino/a Studies Minor

Address:
Mitchell Hall 129
675 S. Church Street
West Chester, PA 19382


Dr. Marcos Campillo-Fenoll
610-436-2466
MCampillo@wcupa.edu

Resources

  • Mid-Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies (MACLAS)
    An interdisciplinary association that promotes and develops interest in Latin American studies and affairs. Each year we hold a conference somewhere in the mid-Atlantic region.
  • Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
    LASA's mission is to foster intellectual discussion, research, and teaching on Latin America, the Caribbean, and its people throughout the Americas; to promote the interests of its diverse membership; and to encourage civic engagement through network building and public debate.
  • WCU Latin American Students Association (LASO)
    LASO is an organization which is committed to advocating on behalf of all Latino students as well as educating the community. LASO strives to create a conductive and supportive atmosphere on the campus of West Chester University for all students, not just those of Latin descent.
  • WCU Hispanic Heritage Celebration
    Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month at WCU provides a variety of opportunities, from academic to entertaining, for the West Chester campus and local community to learn more about and enjoy the richness of Hispanic and Latino culture.
  • WCU International Programs and Study Abroad
    The Center for International Programs (CIP), the hub of all international activity at West Chester University.
  • PanAmerican Association of Philadelphia
    We are a concerned group of people from the Philadelphia area who share an interest in the people and countries of the New World - the Americas. We are from all walks of life, and from all of the countries of the Western Hemisphere. We are educators, political scientists, diplomats, business and community leaders, students, and just plain concerned citizens.
  • PANAMPHILLY: Alejandro Reyes Scholarship
    This $5,000 award is presented by the Pan American Association of Philadelphia to a Junior Year undergraduate student to be used for his or her expenses of a Senior Year in a college or university of the Delaware Valley area.
  • The Greater Philadelphia Latin American Studies Consortium (GLASPC)
    The Greater Philadelphia Latin American Studies Consortium is pleased to announce the availability of travel grants for undergraduate students to conduct research in Latin America. Also follow GLASPC on Facebook.
  • Biennial Latina/o Literary Theory & Criticism Conference at CUNY
    John Jay College. This conference aims to draw a critical mass of U.S. Latina/o literary critics and theorists, both foundational thinkers and emerging voices.