2013 Program

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PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES OF MEXICAN AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY: NEW INTERPRETATIONS AND FINDINGS

Chair/Discussant: Joy Ann Williamson-Lott, University of Washington 

“Non-White on Arrival”: The Mexican Consul, Racial Segregation, and the Transnational Fight for Educational Equality, 1915-1919 

   Gonzalo Guzman, University of Washington 

   Victoria-Maria MacDonald, University of Maryland 

Amelia Hunt Garcia’s Educational Politics in Early Arizona 

   Laura Munoz, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi 

George I. Sánchez’s Loneliest Struggle: Grappling with Deficiency Thinking in Chicana/o Education History, 1930–1970 

   Carlos Blanton, Texas A&M University 

Those Who Dared: Ethnic Mexican Struggles for Education in the Southwest since the 1960s 

   Guadalupe San Miguel, Jr., University of Houston

Earlier Event: November 2
BOOK EXHIBIT
Later Event: November 2
HEQ EDITORIAL BOARD MEETING