Latin@ Mobility in California History Blog
This course highlights the ways the past shapes the present. Through blogging, we put this connection into practice. The "Latino/a Mobility and California History Blog" examines the intersection of historical storytelling and digital media. Each week, students examine course readings in conversation with a contemporary issue related to Latino/a mobility. In doing so, we seek to connect historical scholarship with present-day debates.
We invite you to join the conversation. Through sharing comments with one another, we seek to create a conversation rather than a monologue. To comment, select "Comment on this Page," below.
- The State of Mexicanidad in the US Racial Hierarchy By: Kate Berry and Karen Lazcano
- Landscapes and Labor in California By: Joshua Mandell
- Producing Landscape: Claims to "Grow" in California by Christofer Rodelo
- More than a Mayan Princess: Representations of Ethnicity and Gender in John Fante's "Ask the Dust" by Ivonne Gonzalez
- Gentrification and Activism during the Construction of the Modernist City by Fonzy Toro
- Freeway Battles From Both Sides of the Coin by Javier Cienfuegos
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