Latino studies

Latina/o studies is an academic discipline which studies the experience of people of Hispanic ancestry in the United States. Closely related to other ethnic studies disciplines such as African American studies, Asian American studies, and Native American studies, Latino studies critically examines the history, culture, politics, issues, and experiences of Hispanic people. Drawing from numerous disciplines such as sociology, history, literature, political science, religious studies and gender studies, Latino studies scholars consider a variety of perspectives and employ diverse analytical tools in their work.

Notable scholars

Major programs/departments the largest Chicana/o studies department is at California State University Northridge, founded in 1969. It has 29 tenure track and 45 adjunct professors and offers 166 section per semester


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