You will explore the Latin American mosaic in all its dimensions through Hispanic studies, history, government, sociology, women's studies and anthropology. If you want an immersion in a Latin American culture, the faculty will help you find a program abroad.
She’s only a sophomore but Maggie Joyce ’16 already has lined up a course of study and experiences that support an interest that traces back to high school – Latin America. She’s mapped out a major, applied to study in Argentina and secured a summer internship at a think tank that deals with Latin American and U.S. policy.More >>
Gregory Jabaut ’05 studied Spanish at Hamilton College and delved into Latin American studies, then followed that interest to the State University of New York, Albany, where he earned a master’s degree in Latin American literature. From there, he got a job teaching Spanish at a school in Albany, became assistant head and then moved into a position as assistant director of international programs at Siena College.More >>
Hamilton graduates who took Latin American studies courses are pursuing careers in a variety of fields, including: