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GCU 425 Geography of the Mexican-American Borderland: Home

Course description

This course explores the natural environments and human geography of the Mexican-American borderland, a binational and bicultural region. Examines settlement, boundary issues, ethnic subregions, population change, industrial development, and urban growth.

Librarian

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Nancy Godoy
Contact:
(480)965-2594

Librarian

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Joyce Martin
Contact:
Labriola National American Indian Data Center
480-965-0298
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Location & Hours

We're located in Hayden Library, Labriola Center, 2nd floor and Luhrs Reading Room, 4th floor. Click here for library hours.

ASU Archives & Special Collections

United States – Mexico Border, Naco, Arizona, June 1917

Use the Special Materials Index and Arizona Archives Online to find archival material. 

Search Tip: When you're looking for material, use different search terms like: Chicano, Chicana, Hispanic, Mexican American, Latino, Border, Language, etc. 

Within the Special Materials Index select the American Indian Index to see documents related to Native Nations located in the Labriola Center.

Native American Resources

ASU Digital Repository

Databases

Films

Use ASU Library CatalogFilms on DemandNBC Learn, or American History in Video to find films or documentaries.

Maps

Hours and Locations