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Resources in Support of Latinx Studies at Seminary of the Southwest

Latinx Studies at Seminary of the Southwest

Latinx Studies at Southwest aims to foster community, to live out its commitment to solidarity, and to offer opportunities for preparation for ministry in Latinx contexts through its concentration. The resources in this LibGuide can support us in doing just that.  Covering topics in theology, ministry, political science, sociology, and the arts, this LibGuide draws on the breadth and depth of multiple disciplines that help us begin to understand lo cotidiano (daily living) of Latinxs in the United States and what is to theologize latinamente. This LibGuide draws on a wide range of what these intellectual traditions offer us, a significant part of what we need in order to integrate knowledge gained through our heads, our hearts, and our hands. 

Dr. Jennifer Owens-Jofré, Assistant Professor of Latinx Theology and Cultures and Director of the Latinx Studies Program

Dr. Jennifer Owens-Jofré

Dr. Jennifer Owens-Jofré is the Assistant Professor of Latinx Theology and Cultures and Director of the Latinx Studies Program at Seminary of the Southwest.

Seminary of the Southwest programs

Booher Library LibGuides

The Booher Library produces and maintains many LibGuides that may be of interest to students in the Latinx Studies concentrations at Southwest. Below are a few highlighted guides. A complete list of guides can be found here

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