This looks like an interesting talk if you’re in the LA area.
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
CSRC Library – 144 Haines Hall
This panel reunites emerging scholars and experts specializing in U.S.-Mexico transborder citizenships and experiences. Through cutting-edge ethnographies, surveys and theoretical papers, this panel raises recognition, respect, and dignity of transfronteriza/os, or, transborder citizens and families who travel routinely across U.S. and Mexican borders and live on both sides of the geopolitical divide. Join us and learn more about what it means to live, learn, leisure, and labor in between the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.
Panelists (in order of presentation):
Estefanía Castañeda, doctoral student, UCLA, Political Science
Kendy Rivera Cárdenas, doctoral candidate, UCLA, Chicana/o Studies
Vannessa Falcón, doctoral student, SDSU/ CGU, Education
Yolanda Guerrero, doctoral candidate, Universidad Iberoamericana, Education
Dr. Heidy Sarabia, CSU Sacramento, Sociology