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Lori FloresAssociate ProfessorHistoryCollege of Arts and Sciences
Lori Flores' research and writing focus on Latino life, labor and politics, particularly when it comes to Mexican Americans, immigration, the US-Mexico border region, and California. She is an expert on the Bracero Program and Mexican guestworkers, the Farmworker rights movement both before and after Cesar Chavez, undocumented immigration, and the working and social relationships between different groups of Latinos. Her other interests are gender, civil rights, and global borderlands history.
- PhD, Stanford University
- BA, Yale University
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