Meet your Professor:
Anita Casavantes Bradford, Associate Professor, Chicano/Latino Studies & History
Professor Anita Casavantes Bradford is a historian of immigration, critical refugee studies, and hemispheric Latinx studies. She has studied, taught and conducted research abroad for more than twenty years, in Mexico, Cuba, Nicaragua, Spain, southern Africa and Japan. She is the director of the systemwide UC First Generation Faculty Initiative, and is especially interested in promoting the academic success and wellbeing of first generation, low income students as well as those from underrepresented and immigrant communities. She is also the co-director of the UC Cuba Multi-Campus Academic Initiative, which facilitates graduate student and faculty research by linking them to UC-Cuba partner scholars, artists and institutions in Havana.
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