Alfredo Reyes López: A Bracero Narrative Nearly 100 Years in the Making
Alfredo Reyes López -- Interviews, Mexican Americans -- Social life and customs, Transnationalism, Mexican Americans -- Cultural history
The use of an oral history methodology to open the archives relating to the Bracero Program provides the context to decolonize institutional hierarchies related to the transnational cultural exchange and hemispheric lived realities of laborers in the Americas. This interview draws upon Chicana/Latina feminist approaches to research methodology to bring to the fore a previously undocumented voice.
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Avilés, Elena. “Alfredo Reyes López: A Bracero Nearly Narrative 100 Years in the Making.” Diálogo: An Interdisciplinary Studies Journal - Center for Latino Research at DePaul University. Fall 2016. Vol.19 No. 2, 93-100.
Originally appeared in Diálogo, an Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, volume 19, number 2, pages 93-100. Published by University of Texas Press.