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Section on Latino/Latina Sociology
 

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Mission Statement

The purpose of the Section on Latino/a Sociology is to encourage and promote the empirical research, theory development, and teaching of issues related to Latino/a population. The term Latino/a refers to all groups which are identified or self-identified, with the racial/ethnic membership attributed to Spanish-language /Spanish-surname individuals in the United States.
 

Section Officers 2013-2014

Chair Ed A. Munoz University of Utah
Chair-Elect Zulema Valdez University of California, Merced
Past Chair Silvia Dominguez Northeastern University
Secretary/Treasurer David G. Embrick Loyola University-Chicago

Section Council

Cynthia Feliciano University of California, Irvine 2014
Chalane E. Lechuga Metropolitan State University of Denver 2014
Leisy Janet Abrego University of California, Los Angeles 2015
Roberto G. Gonzales Harvard University 2015
Glenda M. Flores University of California, Irvine 2016
Elizabeth Vaquera University of South Florida 2016