The records of the CLRC highlight the productive potential of cross-border perspectives linking the Americas and the evolution
of the fields of Latin American and Latino studies. The collection includes a variety of materials ranging from posters and
flyers to VHS and cassette tapes.
The Chicano Latino Research Center (CLRC) was founded in 1992 by Pedro Castillo and Norma Klahn, faculty in the History and
Literature Departments with ties to (what was then) the Program in Latin American Studies. The CLRC has helped make UC Santa
Cruz a vibrant hub for Latin American, Latino, and migration studies. Drawing from and bringing together the social sciences,
humanities, and arts the CLRC explores the diversity of the Americas, with a focus on the mobility of people, ideas, and commodities.
25 Linear Feet
28 boxes, 3 oversize folders, 3 desktop computers, 1 oversize mounted image
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