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  • Méndez, Alina R. “Gendered Invisibility: Ethnic Mexican Women and the Bracero Program.” Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000 25 no. 2 (September 2021). Learn more
  • Méndez, Alina R. “More than Victims or Villains: Representations of Mexican Migrant Men in the Imperial Valley-Mexicali Borderlands, 1942-1954.” California History 98 no. 3 (2021): 28-53. Learn more
  • Vince Schleitwiler, “Black Transpacific Culture and the Migratory Imagination.” In African American Literature in Transition, 1900-1910, ed. Shirley Moody-Turner. Series ed. Joycelyn K. Moody. Cambridge University Press (July 2021). Learn more
  • Schleitwiler, Vince. "Apparitions of the Non-Alien: Philadelphia." Ongoing serialization at www.citiesofrefuge.info, May 2018-. (Excerpts originally published in a brochure by Asian Arts Initiative, Philadelphia, 2018.) Learn more
  • Rosales Castañeda, O. (2017). El movimiento in Washington State: Activism in the Yakima Valley and Puget Sound Regions. In J. Garcia (Ed.), We are Aztlan! Chicanx histories in the northern borderlands (pp. 135-166). Washington State University Press.  Learn more
  • Vince Schleitwiler, "The Violence and the Music, April–December 1899," in “Forward,” Journal of Transnational American Studies 8.1 (2017). Excerpt from Strange Fruit of the Black Pacific: Imperialism's Racial Justice and Its Fugitives (New York: New York University Press, 2017). Learn more
  • Connie So. Pre-Conquest Indigenous Cultures and the Aftermath (PICA) Conference. November 7-11, 2014. Learn more
  • Courage in Action: The Life and Legacy of Gordon K. Hirabayashi. Symposium. Feb. 22-23, 2014. Learn more
  • Rick Bonus. “Filipino American Community Organizations,” “Filipino American Newspapers,” and “Filipino Pensionados,” in Asian Americans: An Encyclopedia of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political History, edited by Xiaojian Zhao and Edward J. W. Park. Santa Barbara, California: Greenwood Press, 2014: 386-389, 392-393, and 415-416. Learn more
  • https://open.umn.edu/oen/2020/08/11/inside-critical-filipinx-histories/  Learn more
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