Patricia Baquedano-López

Research Expertise and Interest

immigration and diaspora from Latin America to the U.S., Latinos and education, race and language, Indigenous language revitalization

Research Description

Professor Patricia Baquedano-López is faculty at the Berkeley School of Education. She is a linguistic anthropologist of education interested in hemispheric and transregional Latinx migration and diaspora. She investigates the relationship between migration, academic development, and educational policy. Her most recent projects examine the academic support and development of young students of the Maya diaspora Yucatan-California (funded by the Spencer Foundation) and a study of return migration and transnational families (funded by UC MEXUS-CONACyT).

In the News

Researchers unveil new initiative on human migration

UC Berkeley researchers today announced the launch of the Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative, a joint project of faculty, researchers and students that will explore such timely issues as refugee crises, human rights, mmigration, nativism and border control concerns.
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