Enrique Sepúlveda III

(C) I am an associate professor in the School of Education at University of Saint Joseph in West Hartford, Connecticut. I am the son of Mexican migrant workers and in my early career worked as a bilingual teacher and school principal in the California central valley. I have conducted research projects in communities and schools heavily impacted by global migration in northern California, San Salvador, El Salvador, and Madrid, Spain. My research examines how Latino migrants negotiate global migration, citizenship, and belonging within schools and communities in both sending and receiving contexts. I have published in the Harvard Educational Review (HER) Special Issue on Immigration, Youth, and Education (vol. 81, #3, Fall, 2011) and in HER’s Spring volume of 2015 titled “Education and the Production of Diasporic Citizens in El Salvador.” I am curretly working on an edited volume on Latino migrations with Oxford University Press titled lobal Latin(o) Americanos: Transoceanic Diasporas and Regional Migrations (Due Summer, 2016). USJ Web