The Bracero Program in American Memory: A Conversation
- Monday, February 01, 2016 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
- Taylor-Murphy History Building Room 110
This event is part of the Caminos Cruzados Lecture Series. Caminos Cruzados brings Mexican-American historians who emphasize the complexity, importance and relevance of working-class Mexican lives to our understanding of American history. Dr. Ana Elizabeth Rosas is an associate professor in the Departments of History and Chicano/Latino Studies at the University of California, Irvine. Her work focuses on Chicana/o history, comparative immigration history, gender studies, and oral history. Her work has received support from the Ford Foundation, the Huntington Library, the Smithsonian Institution, and Stanford University’s Bill Lane Center for the American West. She has won numerous mentoring awards and has headed the AHA’s Committee on Minority Historians. Her book Abrazando el Espiritu won the Theodore Saloutos Memorial award from the Immigration and Ethnic History Association.
- Equity and Access Committee and Department of History Speaker Series
- Common Experience
- Academic, Lectures
- Faculty, General Interest, Graduate Students, Staff, Undergraduate Students