Alicia Re Cruz | Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

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Alicia Re Cruz

Full Professor, Anthropology Department; Member of LMAS Executive Board
(940) 565-2663
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Dr. Alicia Re Cruz, Full Professor, Anthropology Department, University of North Texas. Dr. Re Cruz's areas of expertise are: Applied Anthropology, Anthropological Theory, Immigration (USA and EU), Intercultural Education, Latinos in Texas, Indigenous Peasants and Migrants, Yucatec Maya, and Mexico-Latin America. She is the author of Two Milpas of Chan Kom: A Study of Socioeconomic and Political Transformations in a Maya Community (1996) and the video producer of an ethnographic documentary The Maya Dreams of Chan Kom (2006). She is the author of numerous articles on indigenous and transnational migration and is currently member of an international and interdisciplinary research team focused on intercultural education and school policies.

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