Many Voices, One Nation: Material Culture Reflections on Race and Migration in the United States

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$42.95  $39.94
Publisher
Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
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Pages
306
Dimensions
8.4 X 10.2 X 1.0 inches | 2.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781944466091

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About the Author

Margaret Salazar-Porzio is Curator of Latina/o history and culture at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History and a specialist in twentieth-century visual and material culture of the Western United States, Pacific Rim, and Mexico. Formerly an Associate Research Scholar at the Center for Institutional and Social Change at Columbia University Law School, she has received numerous research fellowships. Salazar-Porzio was also a primary education teacher in Los Angeles, California, where she received a local Teacher of the Year award (2004).

Joan Fragaszy Troyano is Mellon/ACLS Public Fellow at the Smithsonian Institution and a member of the Many Voices, One Nation curatorial team at the National Museum of American History. A historian of immigration, visual culture, and public understandings of the past, her public history career includes museum exhibitions and education across the Smithsonian, as well as scholarly communication and digital projects with the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media.

Lauren Safranek is a curatorial assistant at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History for the Many Voices, One Nation exhibition. Her scholarly work focuses on material culture and storytelling around recent immigration to the United States, and her public history products include exhibition development and curation, educational materials, public outreach, and the award-winning citizenship education website, Preparing for the Oath. In 2012 she was a Goldman Sachs Junior Fellow at the National Museum of American History.