Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies Graduate Certificate
Director: Sonia E. Alvarez, Political Science
Associated Faculty: Luiz Amaral (Spanish and Portuguese), Joselyn Almeida-Beveridge (English), Alberto Ameal-Perez (Spanish and Portuguese), Theresa Y. Austin (Education), Marisol Barbón (Spanish and Portuguese), Benjamin Bailey (Communication), Angelica Bernal (Political Science), James Boyce (Economics), Marta Calás, (Management), Mari Castañeda (Communication), Leda Cooks (Communication), N. C. Christopher Couch (Spanish and Portuguese), Alexandrina Deschamps (Women’s Studies), Carlene Edie, (Political Science), Gerald A. Epstein (Economics), Harley Erdman (Theater), Martín Espada (English), Francisco C. Fagundes (Spanish and Portuguese), Nancy R. Folbre (Economics), Martha Fuentes-Bautista, (Communication), Patricia Galvis-Assmus (Art), Henry Geddes (Communication), Patricia Gubitosi (Spanish and Portuguese), Agustín Laó-Montes, (Sociology), Luis Marentes (Spanish and Portuguese), Claudio Moreira (Communication), Michael Morgan (Communication), Karen Morrison (Afro-American Studies), Mario Ontiveros (Art History), José N. Ornelas (Spanish and Portuguese), Ellen Pader, (Regional Planning), Enoch Page (Anthropology), Priscilla Page (Theater), Daphne Patai, (Spanish and Portuguese), Robert N. Pollin (Economics), Mohan Rao (Economics), Jane Rausch (History), Emma Rivera Rábago (Spanish and Portuguese), Miguel A. Romero (Theater), Margherita Russotto, (Spanish and Portuguese), Randall G. Stokes (Sociology), Millicent Thayer (Sociology), Jacqeline L. Urla (Anthropology), Richard Wilkie, (Geosciences), and Joel Wolfe (History).
Library Associates: Isabel Espinal, Peter Stern, and Barbara Stewart.
The Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies offers an interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies in conjunction with a disciplinary master’s or doctoral degree program. Overseen by the Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies Executive Committee, it is intended to certify competency in area and language studies. An opportunity for graduate students to pursue interdisciplinary studies, the Graduate Certificate contributes to training in internationalism, multi-culturalism, and foreign language competence.
For further information, contact Sonia E. Alvarez, Director, tel. 545-4648, 518 Thompson Hall, or Gloria Bernabe-Ramos, Associate Director, tel. 545-4868, 520 Thompson Hall.
*A list of approved courses may be obtained at the Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies office, 522 Thompson Hall.