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click here to learn more about Sounding Latinidades: A Symposium on Sound Studies and Latinx Cultures, April 19th 10-5PM

2018-2019 Dávila Award
Student Essay Competition

Call for Submissions!!

The Latino Studies Program invites submissions for Best Essays on Latino Literature, Arts & Culture. 

The Dávila Award will be given for the best undergraduate and best graduate essays on any aspect of Latino expressive culture, including literature, language, history, music, folklore, visual & performing arts, cinema, and journalism.

The Dávila Award includes a $250 bursar credit.

Photo essays also will be considered.

Preference will be given to those essays focusing on U.S.-based or transnationalLatino communities and cultures.

Essays must be between 2,000 and 3,000 words in length for undergraduate essays and no more than 5,000 words for graduate essays. 

Submissions may be in English, Spanish, Portuguese, or any combination of these languages. Open to all IU students.

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Link for Dávila Submission Form

Click here for a link of a blog that our very own director, Sylvia Martinez, wrote on the Latino Film Festival.

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