Sandra Mendiola Garcia | Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

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Sandra Mendiola Garcia

Assistant Professor, History Department
(940) 565-3392
Office: 
Wooten Hall 263

Dr. Sandra C. Mendiola García, Assistant Professor, History Department, University of North Texas. Dr. Mendiola's areas of expertise are: History of Latin America, Mexico, Women and Gender, and Labor. Her research focuses on the political activities of street vendors in modern Mexico. At UNT she teaches Colonial and Modern Latin American History, Revolutions in Twentieth-Century Latin America, and Women and Gender in Latin America.

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