Mexican Immigration to the US: Gender, Women, and Independence?
Event Activities include the Premiere Film Screening of
MILAGROS: MADE IN MEXICO
A documentary about globalizations' impact on migration and migrations' impact on the women of the Bajio Region in Mexico.
Produced by 4 Women In Film, a cooperative of women filmmakers based in Durham, North Carolina.
Fri, September 15, 2006 | Harry Ransom Center (HRC) Auditorium
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
MODERATOR: JosÃ© E. LimÃ³n, Mody C. Boatright Regents Professor in American and English Literature.
DISCUSSANT: Bryan R. Roberts, C.B. Smith Sr. Centennial Chair in US-Mexico Relations.
PANELISTS: Ricardo C. Ainslie, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, UT Austin; Anne M. Martinez, Assistant Professor, Department of History, UT Austin; Martina GuzmÃ¡n, Co-Producer and Director, 4 Women In Film; Monique VelÃ¡squez, Co-Producer, Director, Director of Photography and Editor, 4 Women In Film.
Sponsored by: The Center for Mexican American Studies and the Mexican Center of the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies of the College of Liberal Arts
- Advisory Committee
- Benson Program
- Postdoctoral Program
- Student Poster Art Scholarship
- Américo Paredes Lectures & Awards
Center for Mexican American Studies
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