Desiree Garcia, John Carey and Lisa Baldez share their recent publications and awards.
The following faculty have published or won awards for their work and scholarship in LALACS:
Garcia, Desiree. “Ramona in the City: Mexican Los Angeles, Dolores Del Rio, and the Remaking of a Mythic Story” an essay in Cinema between Latin America and Los Angeles: Origins to 1960.(Rutgers, Feburary 2019) Edited by Colin Gunckel, Jan-Christopher Horak, Lisa Jarvinen Contributions by Jacqueline Avila, Alstair Tremps, Viviana García Besné, Desirée J. Garcia, Nina Hoechtl
Carey, John M. “Who believes in conspiracy theories in Venezuela?” Latin American Research Review, forthcoming.
Carey, John M., Katherine P. Clayton, and Yusaku Horiuchi. Campus Diversity: The Hidden Consensus. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
Baldez, Lisa. 2019 Outstanding Professional Achievement Award winner for the Midwest Women's Caucus. (This award recognizes a senior woman in the discipline who has made a substantial contribution to the scholarship of political science, who has made significant contributions to the profession and its associations, who has actively mentored women at her own institution or elsewhere, and who serves as a positive role model for women in the profession.)