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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
  • "The Harlem Renaissance in Translation: Socialism, Nostalgia, and the Multilingual Spaces of Diaspora," American Quarterly 72, no. 3 (September 2021): 597-617. Learn more
  • "'Our Temples for Tomorrow': Langston Hughes and the Making of a Democratic Korea," The Langston Hughes Review 27, no. 2 (September 2021): 115-36. Learn more
  • "The Student's Hand: Industrial Education and Racialized Labor in Early Korean Protestantism," The Journal of Korean Studies 25, no. 2 (October 2020): 353-78. Learn more
  • "Beyond Afro-Orientalism: Langston Hughes, Koreans, and the Poetics of Overlapping Dispossessions," Comparative Literature 69, no. 2 (June 2017): 201-21. Learn more
  • "Josephine Baker Meets a Korean Housewife: Narrative Cartoons, Women's Labor, and the Circulation of Modern Fetish," Literature Compass 13, no. 5 (May 2016): 311-23. Learn more
  • “Come Back Home Soon: The Pleasures and Agonies of ‘Homeland’ Visits,” in Philippine Palimpsests: Filipino Studies in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Martin F. Manalansan IV and Augusto Espiritu. New York: New York University Press. Learn more
  • "Ask Your Mama: Langston Hughes and Black Womanhood," in Langston Hughes in Context, ed. Vera Kutzinski and Anthony Reed (New York: Cambridge University Press) (in progress) Learn more
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