Dissertation: “Liderazgo con Buena Mano”:” Aida Barrera, Carrascolendas and the Intersection of Race and Gender

Veronica Nohemi Duran is a doctoral candidate with the History Department at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Duran's research interests include race and gender in the U.S. - Mexico borderlands, migration, and bilingual education. Her dissertation research focuses on race and gender in bilingual children's television programming during the late twentieth century, particularly on Aida Barrera's Carrascolendas, a bilingual children's show produced in Austin during the 1970s.