The Latina/o and Mexican American Studies Program at the University of North Texas would like to reiterate its commitment and support for all students, regardless of their immigration status and that we especially stand with Dreamers and DACA recipients in this time of uncertainty. We recognize and value their role and contribution to our communities, families, schools, and workplaces. Lastly, we recognize their contribution to the shared vision of our nation.
It's official! The LMAS program now has its very own office and conference room for LMAS students and faculty to use and enjoy. We are celebrating with an open house on Friday, September 23rd from noon to 4 pm. Please stop by Wooten Hall, room 162, to see our new "digs." There will be refreshments, door prizes, and other goodies for you and any colleagues you want to bring with you. Every LMAS student and faculty member will also get a free LMAS t-shirt.
Dr. Valerie Martinez-Ebers, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies Program, will be honored as one of the 2016 Trailblazers at the 30th Annual State Conference of the Hispanic Women's Network of Texas. To read more about this prestigious honor, click here.
Congratulations, Dr. Martinez-Ebers!
The Latino and Mexican American Studies Distinguished Lecture Series:
Carving Film out of History with Filmmaker John J. Valadez
Using selected clips from the dozen films he has written and produced for national broadcast on PBS, Peabody award-winning filmmaker John J. Valadez will unpack this mysterious process. Valadez will end the evening with a screening of his latest film, The Head of Joaquin Murrieta, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.
Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 6:30 pm