Jane Marcus-Delgado

United States  |  Professor, College of Staten Island (CUNY)

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Jane Marcus-Delgado is a Professor at CUNY and works in interdisciplinary Latin American Studies. She also directs the CSI’s International Studies program. She has lived, worked, and studied in Latin America and other parts of the world. Prior to joining the CSI faculty in 1999, Dr. Marcus-Delgado served as a Fulbright project officer for the Latin American Scholarship Program of American Universities (LASPAU) and as an associate at the Inter-American Dialogue. She is a strong advocate of international education who works closely with the College’s Center for Global Engagement.

 

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Stop Violating Immigrant Women’s Reproductive Rights

A brave whistleblower recently reported that women immigrants at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention center have been subjected to gynecological procedures without their knowledge or informed consent. Unfortunately, for thousands of women and girls, these reported violations are just a sampling of the government’s illegal practices of aggression and neglect in its treatment of women seeking to immigrate to the United States. 

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Latin American Women Rising

In this report, Joan Caivano from the Inter-American Dialogue and Jane Marcus-Delgado from CUNY analyze Latin American women’s advance into positions of leadership and then highlight areas where important obstacles remain.

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The Public Debate Over Private Lives

In this article of Americas Quarterly, Joan Caivano and Jane Marcus-Delgado look at abortion access and reproductive rights in Latin American countries.