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This longitudinal, qualitative study explores the experiences of Hispanic/Latinx graduate students who pass as White. Using Ortega’s (2016) theory of multiplicitous selfhood, the sense of not belonging as Hispanic/Latinx nor White and the struggle to negotiate multiple identities is explored in the context of higher education.
Proper, Alyssa, "The Experiences of Hispanic/Latinx Graduate Students who Pass as White: Caught Between Two Worlds" (2019). Honors Theses. 3220.
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