14 episodes

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

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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.

    We are the Slaves of the Twenty-First Century”: Life and Labor among Mexico’s Indigenous Migrant Farmworkers

    We are the Slaves of the Twenty-First Century”: Life and Labor among Mexico’s Indigenous Migrant Farmworkers

    USMEX Fellow James Daria presents his work titled, “We are the Slaves of the Twenty-First Century”: Life and Labor among Mexico’s Indigenous Migrant Farmworkers”

    • 36 min
    Cárdenas was Calling Us:’ Race, Class, & Settlement in Mexican & Spanish Exile Imaginaries

    Cárdenas was Calling Us:’ Race, Class, & Settlement in Mexican & Spanish Exile Imaginaries

    USMEX Fellow Kevan Aguilar presents his work titled, “Cárdenas was Calling Us:’ Race, Class, & Settlement in Mexican & Spanish Exile Imaginaries"

    • 41 min
    Variations in the Circumstances of Law Enforcement: Detention and Torture Beyond the War on Drugs in Mexico

    Variations in the Circumstances of Law Enforcement: Detention and Torture Beyond the War on Drugs in Mexico

    USMEX Fellow Daniela Barba presents her work titled, “Variations in the Circumstances of Law Enforcement: Detention and Torture Beyond the War on Drugs in Mexico”

    • 42 min
    I Became a Mom Overnight: How the Deportation of a Parent Affects Immigrant Young Adults’ Educational Trajectories

    I Became a Mom Overnight: How the Deportation of a Parent Affects Immigrant Young Adults’ Educational Trajectories

    USMEX Fellow Carolina Valdivia presents her work titled, “I Became a Mom Overnight: How the Deportation of a Parent Affects Immigrant Young Adults’ Educational Trajectories”

    • 18 min
    Análisis de las Relaciones entre México y los Estados Unidos en Perspectiva Histórica

    Análisis de las Relaciones entre México y los Estados Unidos en Perspectiva Histórica

    USMEX Fellow Francisco Paoli presents his work titled, “Análisis de las Relaciones entre México y los Estados Unidos en Perspectiva Histórica”

    • 1 hr 1 min
    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

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