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  • Symposium: Faith and Power Latin Religious Politics Since 1945

    A one-day symposium, both in-person and online via Zoom, bringing together historians from across the country and world to discuss the significance of Latino religious politics. Read more . . .

  • Speaker: Sylviane A. Diouf

    October 29, 2021: Dr. Rebecca Hankins and the Africana Studies program present Sylvaine A. Diouf, PhD, an award-winning historian of the African Diaspora and a curator.

  • Speaker: Robert Chao Romero

    Dr. Felipe Hinojosa and the Latino/Mexican American Studies program present Robert Chao Romero on November, 18th, 2021. His research explores the little-known history of Asian-Latinos, as well as the role of Christianity in social justice movements in Latin America and among U.S. Latinas/os.