I am a U.S. labor historian with a focus on farmworker movements, inter-racial relations, and history methods. My book, The Strikers of Coachella: A Rank-and-File History of the UFW Movement (UNC, 2023), recounts the United Farm Worker movement through its farmworker members in California’s Coachella Valley. I draw from Latinx Studies, Asian American Studies, and US labor and social movement history. For recent articles, see “There is more to the recording: Oral histories and grief in the Coachella Valley” (Foundry, 2023) and “Essential Only as Labor: Coachella Valley Farm Workers during COVID-19″ (Kalfou, 2021).
ES10AC: A history of race & ethnicity in western North America
ES190: Before Trump, there was California: A research seminar on Proposition 187
ES190: The politics and narratives of US social movements since World War II
ES190: The roots of California today: a history of social inequality and discontents, 1970 to present.
ES250: Inter-racial histories of the United States: methods and approaches
ES250: From borderlands to borders: a multi-racial history of the US/MX border
ES250: Relational Latinx Studies: new histories
ES375: Critical pedagogy