Enrique Sepúlveda III

(C) Dr. Enrique Sepúlveda is an assistant professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Colorado – Boulder. He is the son of Mexican migrant workers and in his early career worked as a bilingual teacher and school principal in California public schools. He has conducted ethnographic research projects in communities and schools heavily impacted by global migration in northern California, San Salvador, El Salvador, and Madrid, Spain. His research examines how Latina/o migrants negotiate global migration, citizenship, and belonging within schools and communities in both sending and receiving contexts. Dr. Sepúlveda has 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.” He is the co-editor of a book on Latino migrations with Oxford University Press titled Global Latin(o) Americanos: Transoceanic Diasporas and Regional Migrations (2017) and his forthcoming book with University of Minnesota Press is titled Decolonizing Citizenship: Pedagogies of Acompañamiento in the Latino Diaspora, co-authored with Dr. Andrea Dyrness. UCB Profile

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