I received my Ph.D. in Latin American History in June 2019. My current research examines the roles of technology and the environment in the growth of transnational Mexican migration.
Dissertation: “Driving Mexican Migration: Constructing Technologies and Mythologies of Mobility, 1940-1964”
Research and Teaching Interests:
Modern Mexico, Transnational Mexican Migration, Environmental History, History of Science and Technology, Agricultural History, Digital Humanities, Oral History