Written by Megan Humphreys Pablo F. Gomez is assistant professor in the Department of Medical History and Bioethics and the Department of History & also part of the LACIS core faculty. Check out...Read More →
Written by Grady McHugh Professor Armando Ibarra is a tireless advocate for Wisconsin’s Latin@ community, dedicating his teaching and research to ensuring the needs of the state’s Latin@ population are being met. “The best...Read More →
Written by Lindsay Christians, The Capital Times Q&A: Rubén Medina lives a life with poetry at the center Rubén Medina has had a home in Madison longer than he’s lived anywhere else. But...Read More →
by Jesus Del Toro (LACIS Social Media/Outreach Intern, BA, LACIS, & Spanish ’18) Every year, LACIS distributes grant money to qualified undergraduate students from any major or discipline in order to help those...Read More →
A history of collaboration – Latin American history professor Steve Stern to retire after nearly 40 years of working closely with colleagues in the history department.
Written by: Katie Vaugh, Arts & Humanities Collaboration and respect for other opinions not only played an ongoing role in Steve Stern’s career — they also helped shape a division of the history department...Read More →
Written by: Raven Hayes, LACIS graduate student. Suzanna da Silva remembers her school experience as unstable. “I was about 10 years old. From there I started going to school. I would study half...Read More →
Written by: Raven Hayes, LACIS graduate student. Teacher discontent and demoralization in Rio de Janeiro is growing. After four months, a strike coordinated by the state teachers union recently ended. The striking teachers...Read More →