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Pre-circulated paper, joint session with Autry Western History Workshop, "Calling All Cars: Cultural Citizenship, Deviancy, and Mexican American Motorists in Los Angeles."
Genevieve Carpio, Cassius Marcellus Clay Fellow in History, Yale University
Pre-circulated paper, "A worth-while living from the soil: Gender and The Backyard 'Farmlet' in Pre-WWII Southern California."
Eileen V. Wallis, Associate Professor of History, Cal Poly Pomona
Pre-circulated paper, "Crossing Boundaries, Crossing the Continent: Movements of Early Pentecostals in Los Angeles."
Caroline Harris, Ph.D. candidate in History, UCLA
This session is capped at 25 people.
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