Adjunct faculty Marcela Mendoza publishes essay on citizenship in Oregon Historical Quarterly

marcela_mendozaMarcela Mendoza, an adjunct instructor and courtesy research associate in the UO Department of Anthropology, published the essay “Citizenship and Belonging in Uncertain Times” in Oregon Historical Quarterly, Vol. 114, No. 4 (Winter 2013), pp. 432-440. The essay is based upon a talk she presented  on September 15, 2013, when she was one of ten regional scholars featured in the Oregon Historical Society’s “Summer of Citizenship” series. The essay is a record of her presentation and ongoing research on civic integration and belonging in the lives of Latin American immigrants in the United States.

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