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Professor Robles studies wireless media, technology, and culture in
Mexico and among Spanish-speaking immigrants in the United States. She
teaches courses in Latin American, Mexican, Borderlands and Latinx
history. Her book, Mexican Waves: Radio Broadcasting Along Mexico's Northern Border, 1930-1950 was published by the University of Arizona Press in 2019. Mexican Waves highlights
dozens of commercial radio stations established along the northern
border by Mexican entrepreneurs whose intention was to be heard by
Mexican immigrants in the U.S. Southwest. She's currently working on a
project which explores radio advertising among Spanish-speaking
communities in the U.S. and she's writing a history of public
broadcasting in Mexico.
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