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LALACS faculty support and endorse the statement from the Consortium of Studies in Race, Migration, and Sexuality.
"We are here for you to pull through this difficult time," states interim Chair Mary Coffey.
Mellon Faculty Fellow Jorge Cuellar discusses COVID-19 and deportation in an article on NACLA website.
LALACS faculty, students, and post-doctoral fellows trave
Dartmouth and Northwestern collaboration on an oral history project.
A Race, Migration, and Sexuality Key Question event.
Late April's Cows, Land, and Labor Conference, hosted by Matt Garcia, synthesized hands-on practioners and academic theorists in discussion about the role of the bovine in New England.
Matt Garcia is the recipient of a one year fellowship from the American Council of Learned Scholars. Presently he acts as the chair of LALACS. He holds appointments in History and LALACS, and is the Ralph and Richard Lazarus Professor of History, Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies, and Human Relations.