Erasmo Gamboa

  • Associate Professor
Fields: Chicano, Mexican, and Latino History, U.S. Ethnic and Minority Studies

Professor Gamboa's teaching and research interests include Chicano, Mexican, and Latino history and the history of U.S. ethnic and minority groups.

Courses

AES 150: Introductory History of American Ethnic Groups

CHSTU 101: Introduction to Chicano Studies

CHSTU 200: Latinos in the U.S.

CHSTU 254: Northwest Latinos: History, Community, Culture

CHSTU 352: Mexican Immigration

Bibliography:

Mexican Labor and World War II: Braceros in the Pacific Northwest, 1942-1947

Nosotros, The Hispanic People or Oregon: Essays and Recollections, won the "Helen and Martin Schwartz Prize" of the National Federation of State Humanities Councils

Voces Hispanas: Hispanic Voices of Idaho earned the "Notable Documents Award" from the American Library Association

Publications: