Tag: Lorrin Thomas

Researcher’s Book Explores Latinos’ Contributions to 1970s Civil Rights Advancements

Researcher’s Book Explores Latinos’ Contributions to 1970s Civil Rights Advancements

Lorrin Thomas, an associate professor of history, is currently working on her ambitious book, Minority: Latinos and the Making of Multiracial America after the 1960s, funded by a $60,000 research grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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Beyond the Borders: Citizenship Politics Expert Explains Election Issues Most Important to Latino Americans

Beyond the Borders: Citizenship Politics Expert Explains Election Issues Most Important to Latino Americans

Lorrin Thomas, an associate professor and chair of the Department of History at Rutgers University–Camden, discusses election issues most important to Latino Americans and how candidates can reach this important voting bloc.

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Researchers Named to Historians Speakers Bureau

Researchers Named to Historians Speakers Bureau

Two history scholars, Charlene Mires and Lorrin Thomas, have been named to the prestigious Organization of American Historians’ (OAH) Distinguished Lectureship Program for the period of fall 2014 to spring 2017.

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