- Dr. Vaquera opens the 2019 Puerto Rico Diaspora Summit
Dr. Vaquera opens the 2019 Puerto Rico Diaspora Summit
- Norberto Briceño delivers the keynote at 2019 Immigration Film Festival
Norberto Briceño delivers the keynote at 2019 Immigration Film Festival
- Commissioner González and Rep. Soto discuss Latino Representation with Laura Maristany
Commissioner González and Rep. Soto discuss Latino Representation with Laura Maristany
Upcoming events will be listed on this page when scheduled.
Join the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute, the GW Department of Romance, German and Slavic Languages and Literature, and the UMD Department of English for a movie screening of
Elizabeth Jacobs is a Postdoctoral Fellow with Georgetown's institute for the study of international migration and Massive Data Institute. Dr. Jacobs holds a Ph.D.
Join the School of Media and Public Affairs and the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute for a panel discussion with several prominent Latino journalists as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.&
Join a panel of experts to talk about the history and contemporary trends of transnational migration between East Asia and Latin America.
Join us for a conversation with scholars exploring the history and memory of Mexico’s commemorations of its 1821 independence and nationhood.
Join GW President Thomas LeBlanc, Ph.D., and GW Law Dean Dayna Bowen Matthew, J.D., Ph.D., for a conversation with Puerto Rico’s Governor, Pedro Pierluisi, JD '84.
Join us for a discussion with Emmy Award-winning director and justice reform advocate Roberto Hernández!
Dae Young Kim, a professor of Sociology at George Mason University to speak on the Korean Community in the Nation’s Capital, as part of the Metropolitan Washington Workshop on Immigration & Race series.
Patrick Scallen, a professor of History at Georgetown University, spoke on Salvadoran Migration to Washington, D.C., as part of the Metropolitan Washington Workshop on Immigration & Race series.
Ernesto Castañeda presented his new book Building Racial & Physical Walls: Black & Latinx Intertwined Histories & Destinies.
Derek Hyra spoke about his new book Race, Class, and Politics in the Cappuccino City. At the core of the book is the phrase “cappuccino city,” which refers to previously low-income, minority neighborhoods that are experiencing major demographic shifts caused by the influx of mid-to-upper income, white millennials.