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Oral History

I have over four years of field work experience conducting oral histories with local, state, and national organizations across the United States. Take a look at my work below. 

Voices of SMU

The Voices of SMU Oral History Project focuses on the history of race and racism at SMU (a Predominantly White Institution) and the experiences of historically excluded alums at the university. I have conducted oral histories, mentored undergraduate and graduate students, organized events, and built relationships between the school and the community.  

Latinos in Heritage Conservation

With the national nonprofit Latinos in Heritage Conservation, I worked as a Preservation Fellow to conduct oral histories in San Antonio and Houston and organize interviews with the Dallas Mexican American Historical League. We interviewed narrators  about preserving Latinx Sites in these three metropolitan communities and Bastrop, Texas.  

(Coming Soon)
The Imperial-Mexicali Valley Oral History Project


The Imperial-Mexicali Valley Oral History Project preserves the gendered, health, racial, border, immigration, and economic history of Imperial County and Mexicali. The development of this initiative is in the works. 

I have also used my skills as an oral historian to conduct workshops and trainings for the greater Dallas community. I have facilitated such events with the City of Dallas, History Retold, Dallas Mexican American Historical League, and the Dallas Asian American Historical Society.

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