How Race is Made in America: Immigration, Citizenship, and the Historical Power of Racial Scripts

color photo of Natalia Molina speaking at microphone
Natalia Molina, Professor of History, Urban Studies, Latina/o Studies, Immigration, Gender, & Public Health, University of California, San Diego
Event Date: 
September 30, 2016
Event Time: 
4:00pm to 5:30pm
Angell Hall, Auditorium D
color photo of Natalia Molina speaking at microphone

This Latinx Heritage Month, Bicentennial Speaker and Latinx Studies Program Keynote Presents U-C San Diego Vice Chancellor and Professor of History Natalia Molina.

Molina, a fellow wolverine alum, will examine relational racism in the U.S. vis-a-vis racial scripts, and its effects on immigration, gender, sexuality, security, and empire. Moreover, she will speak about the field of ethnic studies and U.S. ethnic history, and their stakes and relevance to the present.

Sponsored by the Latinx Studies Workshop, the Department of American Culture, Latina/o Studies, the University Bicentennial, and the Institute for Research on Women & Gender.