Presentation by Professor Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof, Department of History, University of Michigan. Hosted by the Migration Study Group.
Jesse Hoffnung-Garskof is Assistant Professor of History and American Culture. He holds a Ph.D. in history from Princeton University. His areas of interest include Modern Latin American and Caribbean history, Latina/o Studies, international migrations and transnationalism, music and popular culture, cities, the poor and social movements, and oral history.
He has been the Author of, "To abolish the law of castes: Merit, manhood, and the problem of color in the Puerto Rico liberal movement, 1874-1898" (Under Review); “The World of Arturo Schomburg” in Afro-Latino/as in the United States: A Reader, ed. Miriam Jiménez Román and Juan Flores, Durham: Duke University Press, 2009; and "A Tale of Two Cities: Santo Domingo and New York after 1950". Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2008.
Cost: Free and Open to the Public
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Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute, UCLA Law, Sociology, the Irene Flecknoe Ross Lecture Series in the Department of Sociology, the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, International Institute
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