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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 

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