Anna Ochoa O'Leary, Ph.D.
Department Head, Mexican American Studies.
My research currently focuses on immigration, the feminization of migration, and the culture and urban politics of Mexican/U.S.-Mexican populations in the U.S.-Mexico border region. Her Fulbright research investigated migrant women’s encounters with immigration enforcement agents. She was Co-Principle investigator (2010-2014) on a project researching how medical examiners and other officials develop protocols for identifying, counting, and examine the remains of human remains of presumed undocumented border crossers in 44 counties along the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Colorful China Poblanas parade in Zacatecas
IN THE NEWS:
As as part of this fellowship, I've had the following Opnion Editorial pieces published.
NEW in 2014! My Encyclopedia is out! Learn more by going to the Publication section in this website
This two volume encyclopedia set includes more than 200 entries by 80 different authors. Arranged alphabetically, most every topic concerning the life of undocumented immigrants living in the United States is address. For a link to the publisher's webstie, click the "Publications" tab above.
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