Studying Latino/a Studies at Kenyon

Students in Kenyon’s Latino/a studies concentration learn from faculty experts in modern Mexican history, international development, postcolonial studies, literary translation, immigration and border studies, and transnational feminism. Coursework in American studies, art, English, history, political science, psychology, Spanish, sociology, and gender & sexuality studies provides an interdisciplinary foundation for students to study, analyze, reconstruct and reflect on the Latino/a experience in the United States as well as its wider impact in the world.

Celebrating Seniors

Latino/a studies faculty (Gilda Rodríguez, Jennifer Johnson, Nancy Powers, Tomás Gallareta Cervera and Matthew Suazo) pose with the programs concentrators: Valeria Garcia-Pozo '23, Carlos Lopez Martinez '23 and Alexis Miramontes '23.

Academic Explorations in Mexico

Over spring break, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Latino/a Studies Tomás Gallareta Cervera and his students traded Gambier for the Yucatán to foster a more nuanced understanding of Latin American cultural heritage by examining the social structures that contributed to its development.

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