El Instituto: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean and Latin American Studies
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Founded 1974, as Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Storrs CT, at the University of Connecticut. Current name adopted 1 July 2012, as a merger and revision of all the constituent elements of the former Center and the former Institute of Puerto Rican and Latino Studies, founded 1994.
Advance the research and undergraduate and graduate teaching of Latina/o, Caribbean, Puerto Rican and Latin American Studies; engage in regional, national and international academic exchanges and scholarship that enhance the understanding of global diasporic issues, social justice, critical thinking and historical inequalities affecting the Latina/o, Caribbean and Latin American experience.Available with paid subscription only.
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