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Cristian Doña-Reveco

Cristian Doña-Reveco

Cristián Doña-Reveco is director of the Office of Latino/Latin American Studies (OLLAS) and associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. His research interests are on migration decisions, migration policie, and the access to social rights by Latin American immigrants in the Americas. At OLLAS his current research includes several community-engaged research projects on Latinos in Nebraska. In his research, he uses oral histories and life stories, news media content analysis, policy and archival analysis, and quantitative methods. He holds a PhD in Sociology and History (2012) and a master of arts in sociology (2007) from Michigan State University; a master's in political sciences with a concentration in international relations from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2007); and a Licenciatura and Professional Degree in sociology from Universidad de Chile (2002). He has published book chapters and articles on international migration, exile, and memory among other themes. His research has been published at International Migration, Migration Letters, Journal of Urban Affairs, the Latin Americanist, as well as book chapters and technical reports. His research has been funded by Fulbright, Tinker, CONICYT-Chile, and by several intramural competitive fellowships, as well as by foundation grants. He teaches courses on international migration and on Latin American Sociology.

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Yo Voté (I voted) stickers

There’s no one ‘Latino vote’ — religion and geography add to voters’ diversity

By: and - November 2, 2022

Nearly 1 in 5 people in the United States today are Latino, and “the Latino vote” has attracted significant news coverage as their political voice grows stronger. Yet considering all 62 million Latinos as a group isn’t necessarily all that helpful in understanding attitudes or voting patterns, as some scholars and journalists have pointed out. […]