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Yuri Ramírez

Assistant Professor

Additional Campus Affiliations

Assistant Professor, History
Assistant Professor, Latina/Latino Studies
Assistant Professor, American Indian Studies Program
Assistant Professor, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Recent Publications

Ramírez, Y. (2022). “Two Churches in One Building”: Holy Cross Catholic Church, Latino Immigration, and New Geographies of Resistance, 1988–1997. In F. Hinojosa, M. Elmore, & S. M. González (Eds.), Faith and Power: Latino Religious Politics Since 1945 (pp. 273-298). NYU Press.

Medel, C., & Ramírez, Y. (2020). “When Is a Migrant a Refugee?”: Hierarchizing Migrant Life. In M. Franz, & K. Silva (Eds.), Migration, Identity, and Belonging: Defining Borders and Boundaries of the Homeland (Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies). Routledge.

Ramírez, Y. (2020). Developing an Academic Identity: Lead with "You". In L. A. Flores, & J. H. Olcott (Eds.), The Academic′s Handbook: Revised and Expanded (4 ed., pp. 18-23). Duke University Press.

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