CLPR Visiting Scholar
Ignacio Ornelas Rodriguez, Ph.D. is a UC Berkeley visiting scholar who conducts research on the Bracero Program and its legacies while also examining the second-generation of Mexican and Mexican Americans who advocated for civil and voting rights in the Monterey Bay Area and communities across California. He is currently working on the publication of his dissertation titled The Struggle for Social Justice in the Monterey Bay Area 1930-2000:The Transformation of Mexican and Mexican American Political Activism.
- 4/4 Natlia Brizuela, Ph.D, "Limits of the Global in Contemporary Art from Latin/o American Art"
- 4/5-4/6 CLPR & The College of Natural Resources, "Latinos and the Environment Summit"
- 4/11 Abraham Ramírez, "Du Boix, Consciousness, and the Gift of Second Sight"
- 4/18 María Josefina Saldaña, Ph.D, "Indian Given: Racial Geographies Across Mexico and the United States"
CLPR is part of the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues