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What Matters to Me & Why with Jody Vallejo
01/22/2014: 12:00PM - 12:50PM
Ground Zero Performance Cafe
Contact: 213 740-6110
Our spring What Matters to Me & Why program kicks off with Assistant Professor of Sociology, Jody Vallejo. Join us for an interesting talk and a free lunch!
Professor Vallejo specializes in immigration, immigrant integration, race/ethnicity, and Latinos. Her book Barrios to Burbs: the Making of the Mexican-American Middle Class (Stanford University Press) examines patterns of mobility and socioeconomic incorporation among the Mexican-origin middle class in Southern California. Her newest project is a study of middle-class and professional Latino entrepreneurs in Los Angeles. Previously, she served as Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies at the University of California, San Diego.
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