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Illinois State University Latin American and Latino/a Studies

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Introducing LATA: Latin American Theatre Association article thumbnailThe Latin American and Latino Studies Program would like to introduce the Latin American Theatre Association (LATA), a new Registered Student Organization at ISU.  
ISU to host guest speaker Daynali Flores-Rodriguez, February 19 article thumbnailThe Latin American and Latino/a studies program welcomes Daynali Flores-Rodriguez, who will be presenting a lecture, Trans-Caribbean Narratives of Dictatorship and the Latin American Imaginary, at 2 p.m. February 19, in 314 Williams Hall. 
Latino studies faculty spotlight: Juliet Lynd article thumbnailAssistant Professor Juliet Lynd, of the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, joined Illinois State's faculty in 2008. 
Latino studies student spotlight: Chloe Kasper article thumbnailChloe Kasper is a sophomore public relations major and Latino/a studies minor at Illinois State University. 
WGS students see firsthand immigrants’ impact on Chicago article thumbnailOn November 6, a small delegation of Women's and Gender Studies 391 students spent the day looking at Chicago through the lens of community development and immigration struggles.  

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