CLS Faculty to Study Essential Immigrant Workers, Inequality, and COVID-19

CLS faculty members Revel Sims (Planning & Landscape Architecture/CLS), Carolina Sarmiento (Civil Society & Community Studies), and Armando Ibarra (School for Workers/CLS) have received a grant from the University for a participatory action research project …

CLS Community Gathering: “ALL CLS”

The CLS Community Gatherings return as virtual events for Spring 2021.  On March 19 we continue with a conversation about the CLS Program itself.   For more information or for joining links, contact Rachelle Eilers, …

CLS Community Gathering: Latinx in COVID

The CLS Community Gatherings return as virtual events for Spring 2021.  On February 19 we kick it off with a conversation about Madison Latinx life in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.  Student Amy …

CLS Joins a New Effort to Document Latinx History in Wisconsin

The Chican@ & Latin@ Studies Program is proud to be the major UW-Madison partner for the Wisconsin Latinx History Collective, a new initiative involving the Wisconsin Historical Society and a growing group of academics and …