"Undocumented Vicariousness: The Collateral Consequences of 'Illegality' on Mexican-origin Women’s Depressive Symptoms"

October 22, 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014 - 4:00pm
168 Dulles Hall
San Juanita García

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San Juanita García is a Social and Behavioral Sciences Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Sociology and a Postdoctoral Affiliate with the Latina/o Studies Program. Drawing on 90 interviews with undocumented, documented, and Mexican American women from Houston, Texas, Juanita examines how "illegality" impacts depressive symptoms. Her research highlights the salience of undocumented status as another marker of inequality and stratification and adds to the growing interest on "illegality" and its impacts on mental health disparities.  

Co-sponsored by Latina/o Studies and DISCO as a part of the DISCO Research and Creative Works series. This series provides a forum for Ohio State faculty and graduate students to present their work-in-progress or recently published, performed, or exhibited work connected to issues of dis/ability, race, class, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, and other social differences.

**Free and open to the public!**

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