All Mexico

Louise Año Nuevo Kerr

August 10, 2016

Memorial conference to explore history of Mexicans in Chicago

Sessions focus on the origins and growth of the city’s Mexican population

Global Cities and Immigrants

November 2, 2015

Latino studies program hosts faculty book event Nov. 11

Topics include immigration, families, politics, conservation, archaeology


September 29, 2015

New generation of student musicians discovers mariachi

Ensemble is UIC’s first dedicated to folk music of Mexico

Cuauhtémoc Cárdenas Solórzano, Mexico City secretary of foreign affairs, and Michael Redding, UIC executive associate chancellor for public and government affairs, sign an agreement for cultural and academic collaboration

July 7, 2015

UIC, Mexico City formalize academic, cultural partnership

Agreement includes research, exchange programs

Javier Villa-Flores

June 16, 2015

Scholar named National Humanities Center fellow

Javier Villa-Flores explores history of trust, deception in 18th-century Bourbon Mexico

Javier Villa-Flores

May 5, 2015

UIC historian named National Humanities Center fellow

Villa-Flores joins 36 other distinguished international scholars

Crouching woman

October 16, 2013

Mexican art, activism inspire UIC exhibit

Exhibition of woodblock prints addresses social issues in Mexico, Chicago

Alejandro Madrid

January 22, 2013

Award-winner highlights music at Mexican border

Musicologist Alejandro Madrid was honored for his latest book, “Transnational Encounters: Music and Performance at the U.S.-Mexico Border.”