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Wednesday Seminars

Break up your week with USMEX, when on Wednesdays at 10 a.m. the center gives the floor to a USMEX Fellow to highlight their respective research while in residence. Learn about a wide range of topics, plus get in on the discussion.

If you are not in San Diego and would like to attend via Zoom videoconference, contact Greg Mallinger at gmallinger@ucsd.edu 

Upcoming Events 

“Technical Architecture, Integral Planning, and Integration: an Architectural Foray into Politics and Policy-making in Mexico 1925-1955”
Feb. 20, 2019
Speaker: Albert Lopez, USMEX Fellow, MIT

“Constructing New Lives in Mexico Post-Deportation: What Reintegration Means for Former Residents of the Casa del Migrante en Tijuana.
Feb. 27, 2019
Speaker: Abigail Thornton, USMEX Fellow, UCLA

“Political Change from the Outside in: U.S. Trade Leverage and Labor-Rights Reform in Mexico”
March 6, 2019
Speaker: Kevin Middlebrook, USMEX Fellow, University College London

“The Role of Mobility on HIV/STI Incidence among Women Sex Workers in the U.S-Mexico Border
March 13, 2019
Speaker: Teresita Rocha, USMEX Fellow, UC San Diego

“Zapata’s Justice: Land and Water Conflict Resolution in Revolutionary Mexico (1914–1916)”
March 20, 2019
Speaker: Helga Baitenmann, USMEX Fellow, University of London