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Friday, March 21 • 10:55am - 12:15pm
FR2.02 Street Gangs and Subcultures, Underground Economies, and Urban Transformation: Historical Perspectives

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Moderator: William S. Bush, Texas A&M University-San Antonio


  • The ‘School-to-Prison Pipeline’: Where Did It Come From?
    William S. Bush, Texas A&M University-San Antonio

  • San Antonio’s Barrio Gangs: Origins and Modern Formations
    Mike Tapia, University of Texas-San Antonio

  • Mexican American Street Gangs: Race, Migration, and Urbanization, 1976-1995
    E. Mark Moreno, Texas A&M University-Commerce


Presenters
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William Bush

Texas A&M University-San Antonio
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E. Mark Moreno

Assistant Professor of History, Texas A&M University-Commerce
My work centers around relationships between race, community, identity, and violence. In research on Chicana/o history, I study the development of street gangs in the context of urban transformation and de facto racial segregation.
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Mike Tapia

Asst. Prof., University of Texas-San Antonio
I aim to explore the origins of particular Chicano/Latino gangs in cities. I am particularly interested in new formations in non-traditional Latino destinations in the U.S. far from the Southwestern region.

Moderators
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William Bush

Texas A&M University-San Antonio

Friday March 21, 2014 10:55am - 12:15pm
Cedar (Contessa 2nd Floor)