2007-2008 Newberry Seminar in Borderlands and Latino Studies

2007-2008 Seminars

Saturday, October 27, 2007
Borderlands and Latino Studies Seminar: Mexican Immigrants in Interior Spaces: How Twentieth-Century Transnational Movements and Politics Shaped Communities, 1920–2000

Julia Grace Darling Young, University of Chicago
Midwest Mexicans and the Cristero War

Saturday, October 27, 2007
Borderlands and Latino Studies Seminar: Mexican Immigrants in Interior Spaces: How Twentieth-Century Transnational Movements and Politics Shaped Communities, 1920–2000

Mexican Immigrants in Interior Spaces:
How Twentieth-Century Transnational Movements and Politics Shaped Communities, 1920–2000

Julia Grace Darling Young, University of Chicago
“Midwest Mexicans and the Cristero War”

Saturday, April 26, 2008
Borderlands and Latino Studies Seminar: (Dis)locating Borderlands: Constructing Latino Cultures in American Spaces

(Dis)locating Borderlands: Constructing Latino Cultures in American Spaces

Alexandra Mendoza, University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
“Motherhood in the Borderland: Adolescent Chicanas in the Decolonial Imaginary”