College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Centers & Institutes > Center for Latino Research
The Center for Latino Research (CLR) strives to open and sustain dialogues which foster the empowerment and advancement of Latinx communities. To that end, the CLR creates learning opportunities for students and supports scholars in their research, while forging collaborative relationships with local, national, and international research partners.
We also publish an award-winning scholarly journal,
Diálogo, and sponsor many activities on campus, including film series and speaker series.
Diálogo is an award-winning, refereed journal published since 1996 (biannually since 2012) by the Center for Latino Research. Learn more about our Call for Articles, submission guidelines, subscription information, and view previous issues.
The CLR Faculty Fellowship is open to DePaul faculty in any discipline for research on Latin American and/or U.S. Latino issues. Learn more about eligibility, fellowship guidelines, and application requirements.
The CLR's Oral Histories Projects document the Chicago urban community including the Young Lords Organization, Voices of Chicago Feminism, Mexico-Chicago, Latino homelessness and more.
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