|April 6, 2011|
|3:30 pm||to||5:30 pm|
361 PLC (Prince Lucien Campbell Hall)
University of Oregon campus
Mobility in the El Paso/Juárez Metroplex: Navigating Fronteriza Identity in Necropolis
This research seeks to uncover linkages between globalization and violence through an analysis of mobility and economic activity among female laborers in Juarez and recent migrants to El Paso, whose displacement is often linked to danger in Juarez. Drawing from anthropology, political theory, and feminist geographic scholarship, this project will analyze the complex patterns and pathways of mobility in the Paso del Norte region. This research will amplify the voices of Latina women living in a locality as it reels from transnational forces, and will contribute to a critical discourse on gender and borderland identity.