Cynthia Bejarano

Cynthia Bejarano is a native of southern New Mexico and a regents professor in Gender and Sexuality Studies and the College of Arts and Sciences Fulton Endowed Chair at New Mexico State University. Her work focuses on migrant and immigrant advocacy, ending gender-based violence and feminicides, and critiquing the militarization of the border. Her books include ¿Qué onda?: Urban Youth Culture and Border Identity and Terrorizing Women: Feminicide in the Americas (co-edited with Rosa Linda Fregoso), and she is also the author of numerous scholarly and creative published and exhibited works.
¿Qué Onda? ¿Qué Onda?
¿Qué Onda?

¿Qué Onda?

Urban Youth Culture and Border Identity

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Frontera Madre(hood) Frontera Madre(hood)
Frontera Madre(hood)

Frontera Madre(hood)

Brown Mothers Challenging Oppression and Transborder Violence at the U.S.-Mexico Border

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