Presentations

Presentations / April 30, 2018

2018 May: “Fragmented Archives: Northeastern Millworkers and Puerto Rican Needleworkers in the Same Industry, Different Collections,” Association for the Study of Connecticut History

Fragmented Archives: Northeastern Millworkers and Puerto Rican Needleworkers in the Same Industry, Different Collections,” Association for the Study of Connecticut History, Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford, CT A chance conversation with a colleague led to the realization that Puerto Rican women migrated to the Northeast in…

Presentations / April 30, 2017

2017 June: “Working the Exemptions: Puerto Rican Needleworkers, Pliable Citizenship, and a Scaffolding for Neoliberalism,” LAWCHA, University of Washington

2017 June: Labor and Working-Class History Association Conference (LAWCHA), University of Washington, Seattle Presented my paper, “Working the Exemptions: Puerto Rican Needleworkers, Pliable Citizenship, and a Scaffolding for Neoliberalism.”  An outstanding event that brought together scholars from wide-ranging fields, union leaders, worker activists, and adjunct/contingent…

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