Miguel Montiel

Miguel Montiel is the Motorola Presidential Professor Emeritus in the Department of Transborder Studies at Arizona State University. He received his PhD in social work from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1974. Montiel is co-editor of several collections, including Debatable Diversity: Critical Dialogues on Change in American Universities,and co-author of Resolana: Emerging Chicano Dialogues on Community and Globalization. He has published in journals, including El Grito, Social Work, Journal of Contemporary Social Work, Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration, Social Work Education Reporter, and Desastres & Sociedad. He has edited and written reports on Hispanic families and health issues such as diabetes and drug use that were commissioned by organizations such as the National Coalition of Hispanic Mental Health and Human Services, the Arizona Department of Health Services, and the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.

Resolana Resolana


Emerging Chicano Dialogues on Community and Globalization

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Mexican Revolution–Era Immigrants and Their Stories

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