Department of Anthropology

Manuel Guadalupe Galaviz

M.A., Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies

U.S.-Mexico Borderlands Program Fellow, OGS Summer 2019 Dissertation Writing Fellow
Manuel Guadalupe Galaviz



U.S./Mexico Borderlands Anthropology, Chicanx and Mexican American Studies, Anthropology of Place, Anthropology of Infrastructure, and the Political Ecology of the U.S./Mexican border area.


Manuel is a Doctoral Candidate in Sociocultural Anthropology, specializing in U.S.-Mexican borderlands anthropology. He earned a Master’s Degree in Latin American Studies from the Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies (LLILAS) with a graduate portfolio from the Center for Mexican American Studies (CMAS) in 2015. In 2012, he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree with Departmental Honors in Anthropology from California State University, San Bernardino (2012). Currently, he is writing his dissertation on Mexican American and Chicanx responses to the proliferation of border surveillance infrastructure in Southern California.

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