9 episodi

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy contributes to the ongoing integration process between the U.S. and Mexico by providing a forum for thought leaders to engage in public dialogue and training. The center supports a vibrant community of innovative scholars and practitioners; and undertaking cutting-edge research to guide policy decisions.

USMEX Today Podcast Greg Mallinger

    • Corsi

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy contributes to the ongoing integration process between the U.S. and Mexico by providing a forum for thought leaders to engage in public dialogue and training. The center supports a vibrant community of innovative scholars and practitioners; and undertaking cutting-edge research to guide policy decisions.

    Zapata’s Justice Land and Water Conflict Resolution in Revolutionary Mexico (1914–1916)

    Zapata’s Justice Land and Water Conflict Resolution in Revolutionary Mexico (1914–1916)

    USMEX Fellow Helga Baitenmann presents her work titled, "Zapata’s Justice Land and Water Conflict Resolution in Revolutionary Mexico (1914–1916)".

    • 48 min
    Return Migration and Economic Development Evidence from Mexico, by José Bucheli

    Return Migration and Economic Development Evidence from Mexico, by José Bucheli

    USMEX Fellow Jose Bucheli presents his work titled, "Return Migration and Economic Development: Evidence from Mexico".

    • 51 min
    Homelessness and HIV/STI risk among a cohort of women sex workers in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico

    Homelessness and HIV/STI risk among a cohort of women sex workers in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico

    USMEX Fellow Teresita Rocha presents her work titled, "Homelessness and HIV/STI risk among a cohort of women sex workers in the border city of Tijuana, Mexico".

    • 37 min
    Constructing New Lives in Mexico Post-Deportation

    Constructing New Lives in Mexico Post-Deportation

    USMEX Fellow Abigail Thornton presents her work titled, "Constructing New Lives in Mexico Post-Deportation"

    • 44 min
    Evaluating the Resilience of Mexican Farming to Climate Change

    Evaluating the Resilience of Mexican Farming to Climate Change

    USMEX Fellow Charlotte González presents her work titled, "Evaluating the Resilience of Mexican Farming to Climate Change".

    • 40 min
    From Tlatelolco to Ayotzinapa The Crónicas of Elena Poniatowska in Mexican Social Memory

    From Tlatelolco to Ayotzinapa The Crónicas of Elena Poniatowska in Mexican Social Memory

    USMEX Fellow Lynn Stephen presents her work titled, "From Tlatelolco to Ayotzinapa The Crónicas of Elena Poniatowska in Mexican Social Memory".

    • 50 min

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