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In addition to our minor in Latina/o Studies, undergraduate and graduate-level course offerings, we are proud to host a variety of events throughout the year. These programs include our Latina/o Cultures Speakers Series (founded in 1999), which invites specialists in different areas of Latina/o Studies and related fields to our campus. Throughout the academic year, we also host symposiums, open houses, film screenings, and more!

The newsletters, photos, and video clips below represent an archive of some of our more recent events. To see more records related to the UNC-Chapel Hill Latina/o Studies Program, please visit the Wilson Special Collections Library. Records consist of event flyers, logos, files from the program website, a program description, a list of speakers hosted by the program, and ephemera. Digital materials on the Carolina Latina/o Collaborative and Latina/o Studies Program are from the files of John Ribó, former Latina/o Studies graduate assistant. Other materials and digital files are generously provided by the program’s founding and current director, Dr. María DeGuzmán. Also included is a transcript of an interview conducted by student Gladys Sanchez with Dr. DeGuzmán in 2017.  Click here to see the digital materials online!

El Trimestral Newsletter:

March 2023

November 2022



poetry books in the age of corona: a conversation with emilio taiveaho peláez, josé felipe alvergue, & orvokki crosby

Click here to view the video recording of the event.

Photo Gallery:

Latina/o Studies Open House

September 25, 2018

LSP Film Screening of Qué tan lejos (How Much Further?)

April 11, 2019

Graduate Student Symposium

April 1, 2019

Café y Charla

February 4, 2019

Latina/o Media, Politics, and Power Symposium

November 2, 2015

Latina/o Studies Open House

September 25, 2018

Selected Latina/o Cultures Speakers Series Photos

A sampling of photos from our Latina/o Cultures Speakers Series. For more information about the series, follow the link in the description above this gallery.

Latina/o Studies Program Inauguration

Spetember 20, 2004