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Learning to be Latino: How College Shapes Identity Politics


reviewed by Marcela G. Cuellar & Maira G. Pulido - March 11, 2019

coverTitle: Learning to be Latino: How College Shapes Identity Politics
Author(s): Daisy Verduzco Reyes
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, Piscataway
ISBN: 0813596467, Pages: 212, Year: 2018
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 11, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22706, Date Accessed: 5/23/2019 11:29:24 AM

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  • Marcela Cuellar
    University of California, Davis
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    MARCELA G. CUELLAR is an assistant professor in the School of Education at the University of California, Davis. Her research examines access and equity in higher education with a focus on Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), Latina/o student experiences and outcomes, and campus climate. Her scholarship has been published in The American Journal of Education, The Review of Higher Education, and Teachers College Record.
  • Maira Pulido
    University of California, Davis
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    MAIRA G. PULIDO is currently a PhD student at the UC Davis School of Education with an emphasis in School Organization and Education Policy. Her current research interests include higher education and policy, Latinx student access to higher education, and retention and equity in STEM (Science, Technology, Math and Science) education.
 
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