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ASU observes Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month, by celebrating the histories, cultures, and contributions of Chicanx, Latinx, Hispanic individuals as well as groups who identify with and strive to create a more inclusive environment for these communities.
Books published by the Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe
Participants at Western Alliance to Expand Student Opportunities Student Research Conference
Manuel R. Burruel, Self-Portrait: The Journey (detail), 1998, monotype with collage
Lienzo de Quauhquechollan (detail)
Artworks by New Mexico santeros
The Hispanic Research Center (HRC) at ASU is an interdisciplinary unit dedicated to research and creative activities that is university wide but administered through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The HRC performs basic and applied research on a broad range of topics related to Hispanic populations, disseminates research findings to the academic community and the public, engages in creative activities and makes them available generally, and provides public service in areas of importance to Hispanics.