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Latinos in Museums: A Heritage Reclaimed (Public History Series)

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“ is vital for those of us participating in ethnic and/or American studies as well as social justice work, whether it is ideological or on the ground.” — Karen Mary Davalos,

“ is vital for those of us participating in ethnic and/or American studies as well as social justice work, whether it is ideological or on the ground.” — Karen Mary Davalos,

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    Karen Mary Davalos
    Email is not your friend. Learn this lesson early in your academic career and you will avoid many of the common structural challenges of higher education. One minute you are checking email, and the next minute three hours slipped past. Email can alter the time-space continuum and take up precious time for scholarship.

    Los Angeles has been known as the mural capital of the United States. The Spring 2013 issue of LMU Magazine, which will appear in mailboxes soon, will include a story about L.A. murals that features essays as well as photographs of murals found in the Southern California region. We asked Karen Mary Davalos, professor and chair of the Department of Chicana/o Studies, to write an essay about the significance of murals in L.A.’s Latino culture and what they meant to her as a Chicana growing up in a Los Angeles neighborhood.