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Latino Studies is composed of professors whose scholarship has been acclaimed both nationally and internationally.  They offer an array of courses that are joint-listed in departments throughout Indiana University.

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African American & African Diaspora Studies

Iris Rosa, Professor

American Studies

Myrna Garcia, Visiting Professor
Lessie Jo Frazier, Associate Professor
Vivian Nun Halloran, Associate Professor

Anthropology

Richard Bauman, Professor Emeritus
L. Shane Greene, Associate Professor
Daniel Suslak, Associate Professor

Business

Herman Aguinis, Professor

Education

Serafin M. Coronel-Molina, Associate Professor
Bradley Levinson, Associate Professor
Sylvia Martínez, Associate Professor
Rebecca Martínez, Associate Professor
Carmen Medina, Associate Professor

English

Alberto Varón, Assistant Professor

Folklore

Javier León, Assistant Professor
John McDowell, Professor
Fernando Orejuela, Lecturer

Gender

Lessie Jo Frazier, Associate Professor

History

Arlene Díaz, Associate Professor
Jeffrey L. Gould, Professor
Peter Guardino, Professor
John Nieto-Phillips, Associate Professor

Informatics and Computing

Eden Medina, Associate Professor

Latin American and Caribbean

Quetzil Castañeda, Lecturer
Luis Gonzalez, Librarian

Law

Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Professor
Christina Ochoa, Professor

Mathematics

Alberto Torchinsky, Professor

Political Science

Bernard Fraga, Assistant Professor

Sociology

Fabio Rojas, Associate Professor

Spanish & Portuguese

Anke Birkenmaier, Assistant Professor
Deborah N. Cohn, Professor
Luis Dávila, Professor Emeritus
Manuel Díaz-Campos, Associate Professor
J. César Félix-Brasdefer, Associate Professor
Alejandro Mejías-López, Associate Professor
Luciana Namorato, Associate Professor

Speech & Hearing

Raquel T. Anderson, Professor

 


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Latino Studies Program
814 East Third Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47405-3657
Phone: (812) 856-1795 - Fax: (812) 855-9997

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