Director of the Program
Associate Professor and Director of Latinx, Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Dr. Isabel Martinez is a Latinx youth immigration scholar whose research has primarily focused on the transnational lives of unaccompanied immigrant teenagers from Mexico/Central America. She is currently developing the New York Latinx Comedy Project…
The Program in Latinx, Latin American and Caribbean Studies explores the historical, cultural, political, and economic foundations of and linkages between U.S. Latinx society, Latin America, and the Caribbean focusing on the dynamic legacy of interaction of indigenous, African, Asian and European peoples in our hemisphere as these inform the global modern/colonial experience.
Please find the course catalog linked here, and find out slate of Fall 2023 classes below:
Type of Program
- Undergraduate Minor