Alejandro Hernandez

Alejandro Hernandez is a doctoral candidate in Sociology with specialization in Political Economy at Carleton University. His areas of interest include (im)migration diasporas, youth, and identities in Canada and Latin America, among others.

Alejandro currently serves as Board of Directors member and Communications Chair of the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS), besides being a member of the CSA.
Among other awards and scholarships, he held a Vanier scholarship, the Government of Canada’s most prestigious international award for doctoral students.

Research Areas: Canadian Sociology, Children and Youth, Migration Immigration, Race and Ethnicity

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Specialties: Immigration, Youth, Latin America, Mexico, Transnationalism, Race and Ethnicity

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Our moral obligation to Central American migrants

A significant number of Central American migrants are likely Canada-bound due to the ongoing immigration and security turmoil in the United States. Since people will keep migrating to survive, the ...

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