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Enrique Ochoa, PH.D.

Enrique C. Ochoa is Assistant Professor of History and Associate Coordinator of the Latin American Studies Program. He received his Ph.D. in Latin American History from UCLA in 1993. He teaches courses on modern Mexican and Latin American History. Ochoa's research focuses on social welfare policy in Latin American, labor and economic history. He has edited and authored several works including three volumes of the Statistical Abstract of Latin America, Estado y agricultura en Mexico: Antecedentes de las reformas salinistas (Mexico, 1994), and various articles on Latin American political and economic history. His book Feeding Mexico: The Political Uses of Food since 1910 will be published in 1999. His is currently enaged in research on Mexico City's urban poor during the 1930s and 1940s and on a socio-economic history of the tortilla industry in Mexico City and Los Angeles. He also serves as a coordinating editor of Latin American Perspectives.

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