“Invisible No More” — a look at the research of Julie Weise

“On a summer day in 2004, Julie Weise strode up to an aged stone building in Mexico City that housed the archives of the secretary of foreign relations for Mexico. She had a simple question: How long have Mexicans been in the Deep South—states like Georgia, the Carolinas, Louisiana?” — from the Spring 2016 issue of Cascades magazine.  Read more: Invisible No More | Cascade: University of Oregon College of Arts and Sciences

Editor’s Note: an assistant professor in the UO Department of History, Julie Weise is also a CLLAS faculty affiliate. She is the author of Corazon de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South since 1910 (University of North Carolina Press, Fall 2015).

Sunday, May 15th, 2016 Affiliated faculty, Books



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3/9/23: Creating Californios: Masculinity and Localized Liberalism in Mexican California, 1800-1850, 3:30-4:30pm, location: EMU Diamond Lake Room

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