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Archives in Plain Sight: Researching Latina/o/x History

January 20, 2022 @ 12:00 pm 1:30 pm

A virtual lecture by Dr. Rosina Lozano, Associate Professor of History at Princeton University followed by a conversation with Dr. Kirsten Silva Gruesz, professor of Literature at UC Santa Cruz and RCA Steering Committee member.

Co-sponsored by the Research Center for the Americas.

Rosina Lozano

Rosina Lozano

Associate Professor of History, Princeton University

Rosina Lozano is a historian of Latino history with a research and teaching focus on Mexican American history, the American West, migration and immigration, and comparative studies in race and ethnicity.

Lozano is working on a second book, tentatively titled Intertwined Roots: Mexican Americans and Native Americans in the Southwest, which tells the story of the ever-changing relationship between Mexican Americans and Native peoples from 1848 through the 1970s. The results of U.S. policies for each of these groups are well known separately, but Intertwined Roots considers them relationally, never forgetting that their connections preceded these policies and continued to form independent of them, too. Through the comparison, the book also explores the impact of state and federal politics on ethnic identities. Triangulating the analysis of Anglos, Mexican Americans, and Native Americans offers the opportunity to understand how local and state power has shaped the Southwest against the backdrop of federal policy.

Details

Date:
January 20, 2022
Time:
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Website:
rca.ucsc.edu

Organizer

Research Center for the Americas