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Intersectional Qualitative Research Methods Institute Few training institutes in the U.S. focus on qualitative research methods and, currently, none incorporate discussions regarding the intersections of race, gender, class, ethnicity, and other dimensions of inequity. The Latino Research Institute has partnered with the Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity at the University of Maryland, College Park to provide this unique training opportunity to advanced doctoral students. Learn more. 

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Need a support system? LatinX Voices, a partnership between Latino Studies and the Counseling and Mental Health Center, meets weekly to engage in authentic conversation around students' experiences as Latinx students at UT. Click here for details. 

                     Scholarships are now open

Local photographer Ulises García shares personal anecdotes about each photograph on display in De Aquí Soy: Mi México Callejero, a new exhibit in the Latino Studies offices on campus. Listen to his audio essays in English and Spanish on our SoundCloud below and stop by our offices to see the photos in person! 


Jan 30


  3:00 PM
  Gordon-White Building (GWB 2.206)

Feb 13

CMAS at 50: A Legacy of Scholarship, Teaching, and Service

  4:00 PM
  Benson Latin American Collection

Apr 9

POSTPONED: On The Defense of Ethnic Studies

  6:00 PM
  Prothro Theater, Harry Ransom Center

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