We here are glad to welcome yet another contributor to Americas South and North. Brandon Morgan is a PhD candidate in modern Mexican and Borderlands history at the University of New Mexico, as well as a full-time History Instructor at Central New Mexico Community College. His dissertation examines the history of various forms of violence (including land dispossession) along the New Mexico-Chihuahua border around the turn of the twentieth century. He is currently finishing up a summer research trip in Mexico City, where he is also witnessing firsthand the protests and mobilizations over the recent elections in Mexico, and he will have a post forthcoming discussing some aspects of the mobilizations. We look forward to Brandon’s contributions here, and ask you to join us in welcoming him!
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