Latino Studies paper wins Elizabeth Eisenstein Prize

The National Coalition of Independent Scholars (NCIS) has announced that the joint winners of the 2017 Elizabeth Eisenstein Essay Prize included a Latino Studies paper written by Patricia Silver.

The details of the winning paper are as follows:

Patricia Silver. “Remembering Abuela: Memory, Authenticity and Place in Puerto Rican Orlando.” Latino Studies 13(3): 376-401 (September 2015).

Palgrave Macmillan offers its congratulations to Patricia Silver for this excellent contribution to the field.

For more information on the award and the full NCIS announcement click here.
 

Latino Studies article wins award

Congratulations to Anthony C. Ocampo who has been awarded the Distinguished Article Award by the ASA Section on Sociology of Sexualities for his article “Making Masculinity: Negotiations of Gender Presentation among Latino Gay Men”.