- Date posted: April 16, 2015
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In this talk, Professor Montoya examines the history of the U.S.-Mexican border, and its role in shaping the national memory and identity of both countries.
Something Old and Something New: The Not So Recent Phenomenon of Unaccompanied Latin American Minor Migration
- Date posted: April 14, 2015
- Download Podcast | 43min 55sec | 42.16 MB
In this presentation, Isabel Martinez focuses on child migration from Central America to the United States; those who are not detected, as well as those apprehended by authorities.
- Date posted: April 8, 2015
- Download Podcast | 43min 45sec | 63.02 MB
In this lecture Professor Flores traces the peaks and valleys of undocumented immigration, as well as the political and economic aspects of the influxes.
- Date posted:
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In this lecture, Lisandro Perez unpacks the long, distinct, and prolific history of Cuban Americans and their history’s close correlation with foreign as well as domestic policy.
- Date posted:
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In this lecture, Professor Ramona Hernández closely examines both the statistics and the demographics of the increasing Dominican presence in the United States.
- Date posted: January 30, 2015
- Download Podcast | 45min 12sec | 65.10 MB
In this talk, Professor Hernandez interprets texts from Puerto Rican educator and sociologist Eugenio María de Hostos as well as the Cuban poet and scholar José Martí.
- Date posted: November 18, 2014
- Download Podcast | 33min 18sec | 47.97 MB
Andrés Reséndez expands the traditional conception of America's colonial past and paints a richer, more historically accurate picture of the Europeans who settled in the New World.
- Date posted: October 8, 2014
- Download Podcast | 58min 21sec | 84.04 MB
In this panel discussion, Pablo Mitchell, Virginia Sánchez Korrol, and Andrés Reséndez deliberate on ways to incorporate Latino/a histories into Anglo American history, often portrayed as distinct narratives.
- Date posted: September 9, 2013
- Download Podcast | 36min 35sec | 35.12 MB
In this 35 minute talk, historian Karl Jacoby complicates the story of the history of North America by presenting the history of the Plains Indians through the perspective of multiple revolutions in the late eighteen century.
- Date posted: March 12, 2013
- Download Podcast | 50min 07sec | 48.12 MB
In this fifty minute talk, Peter H. Wood does an in depth analysis of the little-known early Winslow Homer painting, Before Andersonville, which depicts an African-American woman foregrounding Union soldiers who are being marched off to the infamous Georgia prison during the Civil War.
- Date posted: May 15, 2012
- Download Podcast | 22min 16sec | 21.38 MB
Andrea Ades Vasquez interviews Ellen Noonan about her forthcoming book The Strange Career of Porgy and Bess (University of North Carolina Press, fall 2012) and the current Broadway revival of the show.
- Date posted: March 28, 2012
- Download Podcast | 35min 49sec | 34.39 MB
Craig Steven Wilder, professor of history at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, speaks to New York City teachers about the influence of school districting on the racial segregation of Brooklyn neighborhoods.
- Date posted: January 20, 2012
- Download Podcast | 30min 45sec | 29.53 MB
Historian Vincent DiGirolamo discusses the historiography of early 20th-century immigration through Ellis Island.
- Date posted: December 22, 2011
- Download Podcast | 50min 50sec | 48.80 MB
Historian Graham Hodges discusses the life of David Ruggles, a radical black abolitionist living and working in New York City during the 1830s.
- Date posted: May 19, 2011
- Download Podcast | 50min 04sec | 48.14 MB
Historian Annelise Orleck (Dartmouth College) tells the incredible story of a gutsy band of former cotton-pickers and hotel maids who led the welfare reform movement in Las Vegas and around the nation.