Anna Ochoa O’Leary is an Assistant Professor in Mexican American Studies and Co-director of the Binational Migration Institute at the University of Arizona. She is a 2006 Garcia-Robles Fulbright scholar for research on repatriated and deported migrant women on the U.S.-Mexico Border.
Ph.D. in Anthropology, University of Arizona, 1999
- To produce and disseminate scientific data on how the implementation & enforcement of U.S. and Mexican immigration policies impact all Latinos in the U.S., particularly in terms of constitutional, civil, and human rights as well as public health;
- To generate policy relevant recommendations based on valid and reliable knowledge.
- To mentor and train students
- MAS 319: Mexican American Culture
- MAS 509: Mexican Immigration
- MAS/LAS 570: The Feminization of Migration: Global Perspectives
- Women at the Intersection: Immigration Enforcement and Transnational Migration on the U.S.-Mexico Border (Principal Investigator).
- Fulbright Garcia-Robles Award
- Programa de Investigacion de Migracion y Salud (PIMSA)
- BORDERS, University of Arizona
- National Science Foundation
- National Institute of Health and NIOSH
- University of Arizona Curriculum Improvement Award
Areas of Study:
- Mexican American Culture
- The Mexican-American: Cultural Perspectives
- Overview of Mexican American Studies
- Latinos/Latinas: Emerging Issues, History and Culture of Mexican Americans