Oscar Muñoz specializes in Native public history and Native American history of Southern California. His interests and research analyzes the relationship between material preservation and traditional Native American cultural practices. Working closely with Native communities, Oscar's present research concerns Indian fiestas of Southern California as sites of cultural exchange and contention between Native and non-Natives throughout the twentieth century.
Native public history; Native Southern California history
Professors Clifford E. Trafzer and Rebecca Kugel