UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK
PhD students at Union Theological Seminary are awarded Graduate Fellowships that cover tuition and often include a stipend for living expenses. Additional stipends are provided for Teaching Assistantships outside of the terms of the initial graduate fellowship.
Daisy L. MachadoPast HTI Director (1997-1999)
Professor of Church History Samuel CruzAssistant Professor of Church and Society
Library Resources-Special Collections
Print collections of Latin American Studies and Latin American-Iberian Studies resources are distributed throughout various Columbia University libraries. Online access to manuscripts and journals is available through http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/latam/index. html.
The Latin@ Caucus is committed to encouraging students, staff and faculty to critically examine Union's role in fostering Latino/a ministry; deepening the knowledge of Latina/o cultures among Latina/o students and the broader UTS Community; identifying opportunities for UTS students to learn from Hispanic ministry; providing an environment of fellowship through peer-to-peer academic mentoring and social support; fostering and maintaining alliances among groups from diverse cultural backgrounds in the collective struggle for social justice; promoting interdisciplinary approaches to the study of the Latina/o religio-spiritual experience; promoting ethnographic and community building projects related to the diverse Latino community of New York City.
Former HTI Fellows/HTIC Scholars
Teresa DelgadoAssistant Professor of Religious Studies; Coordinator, Peace and Justice Studies ProgramIona College2001-2002 Dissertation Year Fellow Gabriel A. SalgueroDirector of the Hispanic Leadership ProgramPrinceton Theological Seminary2001-2002 Doctoral; 2002-2003 Doctoral Renewal; 2003-2004 Comprehensive Exams Year Fellow David SánchezAssistant Professor of Theological StudiesLoyola Marymount University
Book Review Editor, Journal of the American Academy of ReligionVice-President, Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States1997-1998 Doctoral; 1998-1999 Doctoral Renewal; 2005-2006 Dissertation Year Fellow
The HTIC person to contact for information on Ph.D. studies at Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York is:
Name: Dr. Daisy MachadoTitle: Professor of Church HistoryTelephone: 212-280-1550Email: firstname.lastname@example.org