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The Latino Baseball History Project

Advisory Board Members

  • José M. Alamillo, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Chicano/s Studies Program, Cal State Channel Island
  • Eduardo B. Almada T., columnista y cronista megacable, Mexico and the United States
  • Richard Arroyo, valley historian and former San Fernando City historical commissioner
  • Gabriel (Tito) Avila, Jr., Founder, President and CEO, Hispanic Heritage Baseball Museum, San Francisco
  • Francisco E. Balderrama, Professor of Chicano Studies and History, California State University, Los Angeles
  • Tomas Benitez, Artist, Art Consultant and Grant Writer
  • Anna Bermúdez, curator, Museum of Ventura County
  • Terry A. Cannon, Executive Director of the Baseball Reliquary
  • Grace Charles, archivist, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
  • Gina Chávez, Kansas Humanities Council Scholar
  • Raúl J. Cardoza, Dean of Student Services, Los Angeles Trade Technical College
  • Christopher Docter, graduate student in history, California State University - Northridge
  • Peter Dreier, Professor of Politics, Director, Urban and Environmental Policy Program, Occidental College, Los Angeles
  • Robert Elias, Professor of Politics, Chair, Legal Studies Program, University of San Francisco
  • Luís F. Fernández, public historian
  • Gregory Garrett, educational specialist, Institute of Texan Cultures, University of Texas – San Antonio
  • Jorge Iber, Associate Dean and Professor, Department of History, Texas Tech University
  • Alfonso Ledesma, Cucamonga Public Historian
  • Enrique M. López, University of California – Riverside
  • Jody L. and Gabriel A. López, Mexican American sugar beet labor/baseball historians, Rocky Mountain States
  • Susan C. Luévano, librarian, California State University – Long Beach
  • Armanda Magdalena, doctoral student in history, SUNY Buffalo
  • Douglas Monroy, Professor of History,Colorado College
  • Carlos Muñoz, Jr., Professor Emeritus, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California Berkeley
  • Eddie Navarro, sports historian, Santa Maria
  • Victoria C. Norton, former historical commissioner, City of San Bernando
  • Mark A. Ocegueda, doctoral student in history, University of California - Irvine
  • Alan O'Connor, sports historian, Sacramento
  • Monica Ortez, public historian, Orange County
  • Al Ramos, public historian, Santa Maria Valley
  • Samuel O. Regalado, Professor of History, California State University - Stanislaus
  • Alberto Rodríguez, assistant professor, Texas A&M University - Kingsville
  • Everto Ruiz, professor emeritus, California State University - Northridge
  • Vicki L. Ruiz, distinguished professor of history and Chicano/Latino studies, University of California - Irvine
  • Anthony Salazar, Chairman, Latino Baseball Committee, Society for American Baseball Research
  • Richard Santillán, Professor Emeritus, Ethnic and Women's Studies Department, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
  • Marcelino Saucedo, public historian, Catalina Island
  • Joe Talaugon, Guadalupe Cultural Arts and Educational Center/ Sports Hall of Fame
  • Carlos Tortolero, President, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago
  • Sandra L. Uribe, Professor, Westwood College, South Bay Campus
  • Alejo L. Vásquez, Cucamonga public historian
  • Angelina F. Veyna, professor, Santa Ana College
  • Alfonso Villanueva Jr., Árbol Verde Committee, Claremont

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