Ángela Vergara

Professor

avergar​@calstatela​.edu

History


California State University, Los Angeles


5151 State University Dr
Los Angeles CA 90032



Ángela Vergara


Professor


Contact

Ángela Vergara


Professor


avergar​@calstatela​.edu

History


California State University, Los Angeles


5151 State University Dr
Los Angeles CA 90032



About


I am a professor of History at California State University Los Angeles. I obtained myBA in history at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago, Chile (1994) and my PhD at the University of California San Diego (2002). Before coming to CalStateLA, I taught at the University of Texas Panamerican in the Rio Grande Valley.  I am a social and labor history of twentieth-century Chile’s,  and I have researched, presented, and published on a wide range of topics such as labor and social movements, occupational health, labor relations, and transnational history.  At CalStateLA, I teach courses in Latin American, labor, urban, and world history. 
 

Publications


La Unidad Popular y los trabajadores: entre la autonomía y la política


Ángela Vergara


Mundos do Trabalho, vol. 9(18), 2018 Oct 22, pp. 121-124


Writing about Workers, Reflecting on Dictatorship and Neoliberalism: Chilean Labor History and the Pinochet Dictatorship


Ángela Vergara


International Labor and Working-class History, 2017 Nov 31, pp. 52-73


For a Proper Home: Housing Rights in the Margins of Urban Chile, 1960–2010


Ángela Vergara


Americas, vol. 96(2), 2016 Mar 30, pp. 394-396


Editors' Introduction The Other 9/11: Chile, 1973—Memory, Resistance, and Democratization


Alicia del Campo, Michael J. Lazzara, Heidi Tinsman, Angela Vergara


Radical History Review, vol. 2016(124), 2015 Nov 31, pp. 1-9


Revisiting Pampa Irigoin: Social Movements, Repression, and Political Culture in 1960s Chile


Angela Vergara


Radical History Review, vol. 2016(124), 2015 Nov 31, pp. 43-54


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