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Introduction

Relational Racial Formation, Citrus Labor, and Immigration Policy, 1914-1945

From Mexican Settlers to Mexican Birds of Passage

Mobility, Memory, and Racial Hierarchies in Inland Southern California, 1870-1900

The Rise of the Anglo Fantasy Past

Mexican and Dust Bowl Drivers in Metropolitan Los Angeles, 1930-1945

"Del Fotingo Que Era Mio"

Japanese Immigrants in the Multiracial Citrus Belt, 1882-1920

On the Move and Fixed in Place

Mobility vs. Retrenchment, 1954-1970

From Citrus Belt to Inland Empire

Chapter Breakdown

UCLA Newsroom

Professor tackles race, space and mobility in her first book

written by

Jessica Wolf | May 29, 2019

"Academic inspiration is often rooted in personal experiences.

Genevieve Carpio, assistant professor of Chicana and Chicano studies at UCLA, was spurred to write her first book by witnessing the injustice of sobriety checkpoints across inland Southern California in the 2000s."

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