Fronteridades in the News

New Program Bolsters UA’s Standing as Borderlands Leader

With funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the UA’s Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry will launch a new program...

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CHCI Member Launches New Program Focused on U.S.-Mexico Borderlands

We are excited to share that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is funding a new program...

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Mellon Foundation Grant to Support Efforts to Bolster UA as Borderlands Leader

"Fronteridades: Nurturing Collaborative Intersections in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands" is part of the UA's aim to become...

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VozFrontera & Startup Unidos to document and innovate waste management practices in Nogales

TUCSON, AZ—A new project will engage Nogales youth in ethnographic documentation of...

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Nogales Youth Group Aims to Eliminate Waste

NOGALES, Ariz. – About 70 percent of seasonal produce enters the United States through...

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Partnership with Cultural Center in Nogales, Sonora, Supports Border Artists

While public perception of the US-Mexico border centers on militarization and security, the lived experiences...

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Waste Not Community Celebration on Nov 16

Join us to celebrate the WasteNot program and the work of borderlands youth...

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Confluencenter Creative Scholars Rewrite the Border Narrative through Art

Public understanding of “the border” often focuses on militarization and the border wall...

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John-Michael Warner Awarded Fellowship for U.S.-Mexico Border Research

Dr. John-Michael Warner, assistant professor of art history, was awarded the Andrew W. Mellon-Fronteridades Fellowship for U.S.-Mexico border research...

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New mural near port of entry represents Ambos Nogales identity

Pedestrians entering the country through the Dennis DeConcini Port of Entry are now greeted by a new piece of street art...

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