Moving from the Margins to where? Three Decades of Latino/a Studies

  title={Moving from the Margins to where? Three Decades of Latino/a Studies},
  author={Pedro A. Cab{\'a}n},
  journal={Latino Studies},
In the US higher education system Latino/a Studies is primarily practiced in three types of settings. As Enclaves Latino/a Studies are marginalized, underfunded academic units that are politically tolerated, but disparaged within their respective institutions. In the Transgressive setting, the units have acquired a degree of intellectual authority and political standing within their respective institutions. The third setting, Absorption, is characterized by an effort to absorb Latino Studies… Expand
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