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History Department graduate students get published in Southwest Hispanic Research Institute's Transnational Working Paper Series

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Posted: Nov 22, 2015 - 12:00am

History graduate students, Alexandro Jara and Moises Santos, get published in Vol. 1 of the Southwest HIspanic Research Institute's Transnational Working Paper Series. Barbara Reyes, Director of SHRI, has this to say about the recent publication:

I am thrilled to announce the publication of the Southwest Hispanic Research Institute's Transnational Working Paper Series, Vol. 1, which includes essays authored by two of our History Department graduate students: Alexandro Jara and Moises Santos.  The work is compiled and produced by the Transnational Research Collective of UNM, whose purpose is to support student and faculty scholarship related to the subject of Transnational cultural, social and political dynamics in the Americas.  The series' first volume, reviewed by a number of participating faculty from the American Studies, Chicana and Chicano Studies, Anthropology, Sociology and History departments, was launched earlier this week, and is available online at the SHRI website.

El Peladito and Pachuco: Mexican Cinema and the Transnational Threat by Alexandro Jara