MARTI Conferences

  • The Institute for Latino Studies (ILS) at the University of Notre Dame seeks applications from young scholars who are working on a dissertation, a book, or another research project related to the study of U.S. Latina and Latino populations. Successful nominees will attend Professor Carrasco's public lecture and participate in a symposium at which they will present a dissertation chapter or essay draft for discussion with Professor Carrasco and ILS faculty fellows. ILS will cover all expenses and offer an honorarium of $500 to each young scholar selected to participate in these events, which will take place April 6-7, 2017 at the University. For more information click here.
  • 12th Annual Kennett High School
  • The American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) National Conference took place on March 9-11, 2017 at the Hotel Irvine, Irvine, California. This was the twelfth annual conference held by AAHHE, and the 2017 conference theme was "Degrees of Value: Focus on Student Learning." For more information click here.
  • The NACCS Tejas Foco Conference took place on February 23-25, 2017 at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. The conference theme was "Relational Histories, Inter-Ethnic Alliances: Chicana/o Studies in Coalition Politics in Tejas." The conference committee accepted papers for the conference. For more information click here.
  • UnidosUS (Formerly known as The National Council of La Raza) took place on July 8-11, 2017 at the Phoenix Conference Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Every year, attendees have been encouraged to participate in cutting-edge workshops addressing issues in the Hispanic community and listen to a variety of successful keynote speakers. For more information click here.
  • The National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies Conference took place on February 13-18, 2017 at the Westin Dallas Park Central in Dallas, Texas. The conference served as a venue for students and scholars to provide information to attendees about research related to African and African American, Hispanic, Latino(a) and Chicano(a), Native American, Muslim, and Asian experiences. For more information click here.
  • The National Latino Writers' Conference took place on May 22-25 2014 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center History and Literary Arts Building in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The conference emphasized the work of Latino writers and poets, and the genres included novel, poetry, memoir, play writing, screen writing, young adult, children, creative non-fiction, and news writing.