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Gilberto CárdenasGilberto Cárdenas

Professor of Sociology
Executive Director of the Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture
(PhD, University of Notre Dame, 1977)
230 McKenna Hall
574-631-3819
email: gcardena@nd.edu
http://sociology.nd.edu/faculty/all/cardenas-gil/index.shtml

Geographic focus: US-Mexico border

Thematic interests: International migration; border studies; links between Latino communities in the United States and countries of origin, art and politics.

Selected publications:

  • La Causa: Civil Rights, Social, Justice and the Struggle for Equality in the Midwest (2004)

  • Coauthor, Health and Social Services among International Labor Migrants: A Comparative Perspective (1997)

  • Coauthor, Loz Mojados: The Wetback Story (1971)

  • And numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and as chapters in books


 

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