Latinos: Changing Demographics

Thursday, May 2, 2013
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
James R. Connor University Center, Summers Auditorium
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Alejandro Medellin, Jr

  As part of the Latino Heritage Lecture Series:
Latinos: Changing Demographics and Its Impact on National U.S. Politics

Dr. Benjamin Marquez is a tenured professor from UW-Madison and his teaching and research interests are in political sociology and American politics. He has published extensively on Latinos and American politics; his research has focused on Mexican American social movement organizations. He is the former Director of the Chicano Studies program at UW-Madison. His current project is a book on the integration of Texas electoral politics from the end of WWII to the present.

Sponsored by:

Multicultural Affairs and Student Success/Division of Student Affairs/College of Arts and Communication/College of Business & Economics/College of Education & Professional Studies/College of Letters & Sciences/Graduate Studies and Continuing Education/ Latino Student Programs/Latinos Unidos/Warhawk Student Council

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