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COMPARING DIVERSE AND EMERGENT RESPONSES TO NEWCOMERS ACROSS THE NEW LATINO DIASPORA
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Sponsored By: Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists
Saturday, November 17, 2012: 10:15 AM-12:00 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students
Organizers:  Catherine R Rhodes (University of Pennsylvania and University of Pennsylvania) and Edmund T Hamann (University of Nebraska)
Chairs:  Stanton E F Wortham (University of Pennsylvania)
Discussants:  Katherine Bruna (Iowa State University)
10:30 AM
Border Crossings and Border Enforcement In Tennessee
De Ann Pendry (University of Tennessee)
10:45 AM
A Particularly Welcoming Town: Marshall and Its Unique Immigrant History
Catherine R Rhodes (University of Pennsylvania and University of Pennsylvania), Stanton E F Wortham (University of Pennsylvania) and Carlos Martínez-Cano (University of Pennsylvania)
11:00 AM
Xenophobia, Disquiet, or Welcome: Community Sensemaking and Related Educational Environments In the New Latino Diaspora
Edmund T Hamann (University of Nebraska), Janet Marie Eckerson (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Tricia Gray (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
11:30 AM
From Boomtown to Bust Town: The Impact of the U.S. Economic Crisis On Guanajuatense and Mexican Migration to Dalton, Georgia
Victor Zuniga (Universidad de Monterrey), Ruben Hernandez-Leon (University of California, Los Angeles) and Ariana Valle (University of California, Los Angeles)
11:45 AM
Discussant
Katherine Bruna (Iowa State University)