Indiana University Bloomington is a global leader in contemporary arts and humanities scholarship, with particular strengths in fields related to Mexico and Mexican culture.
Faculty and students from academic units such as the School of Global and International Studies and the Latino Studies Program contribute to a wide array of academic subjects, from the history and cultures of indigenous peoples to the global impact of Mexican cuisine.
The Bloomington campus features world-class collections of books, manuscripts, artworks, and other Mexican cultural objects curated by units such as IU Libraries, the Lilly Library, and the Mathers Museum of World Cultures.
Each year, IU Bloomington hosts a number of academic conferences that bring together established and emerging scholars working in disciplines ranging from translation to contemporary Latino music.
Mexico Remixed highlights some of the finest aspects of academic life at IU Bloomington and encourages scholars of all ages and levels of expertise to explore the boundaries of current knowledge and imagine new horizons of understanding.