About the MosaicThe Mexican Migration and Apple Mosaic is the third in a series of Mexican Mosaics focusing on migrant labor and the apple industry in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Coursework for the Mosaic includes SPAN 239 Spanish for the Health Professions with Professor Asuncion Arned0-Aldrich, AMST 200 Introduction to Latino Studies with Professor Laura Grappo, HIST 314 Latino Immigration with Professor Marcelo Borges, and HIST/SOC 313 Fieldwork Practicum with Professor Susan Rose and Professor Marcelo Borges. Eleven students participate in varying numbers of the offered courses, and present on a final research project of their choice at the end of the semester.
Further Reading Brandt, Deborah. Tangled Routes: Women, Work, and Globalization on the Tomato Trail. Lanham, MD: Rowman& Littlefield, 2002. Davis, Donald et al. Voices from the Nueva Frontera: Latino Immigration in […]
The Apple and Food Security
“…it’s nice to get an apple in the morning, and a banana and a lettuce, a strawberry, nice and clean . . . but who did it? Do you think […]
Class year: 2012 Major: Environmental Studies Mosaic Research Project: From Adam and Eve to Adams County: A history of the American apple Class year:2013 Major: Latin American/Latino/Caribbean Studies, Anthropology Mosaic […]
What is a Mosaic? The Mexican Migration and Apple Mosaic is the third in a series of Mexican Mosaics focusing on migrant labor and the apple industry in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Coursework […]