Latinx: What’s In a Name? Resources

Latino, Latina, Latinx:  What’s In a Name?  panel discussion.

Professors George Gonzalez, Jennifer Carroccio Maldonado, and Rojo Robles shared some resources for more learning about the debates and considerations about the changing terms for peoples of Latin American descent:

Luis Noe-Bustamante, Lauren Mora, and Mark Hugo Lopez, “About One-in-Four Hispanics Have Heard of Latinx, but Just 3% Use It.”  PEW Research Center (August 11, 2020)

Arlene Davila, “Introduction.” Latinos, Inc. The Marketing and Making of a People (UC Press, 2012)

Daniel Hernandez, “The Case Against Latinx”.  Los Angeles Times (December 17, 2017)

Ed Morales, “Why I embrace the term Latinx” The Guardian (January 8, 2018)

Ed Morales, “Introduction.” Latinx: The New Force in American Politics and Culture (Verso, 2018)

Maria R. Scharron- del Rio and Alan Aja, “The Case FOR Latinx:  Why Intersectionality is Not a Choice”. Latino Rebels (December 5, 2015)

Yara Simon, “Latino, Hispanic, Latinx, Chicano:  The History Behind the Terms.”  HISTORY (September 16, 2020)

WATCH:  One Question:  Is ‘Latinx’ Here to Stay? (NYU, February 25, 2019)