Position title: Professor
BA in Sociology and Spanish, Master’s in Public Administration, and PhD in Political Science from the University of California, Irvine. Armando joined the School for Workers faculty in January 2011. Dr. Ibarra has extensive and diverse teaching, research and organizing experience. His research and fields of specialization are Chicano/a Latino/a working communities, adult education on issues of diversity in the workplace, international labor migration, leadership development, organizing workplaces, and applied research.
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Latino Wisconsin: Needs Assessment and Family Integration Study. University of Wisconsin-Extension. 2015-2018.
Economic, Programming, and Facilities Needs Assessment Study of South Madison. Madison College, Madison, WI. 2013-2014.
Low Wage Workers in Milwaukee: Life Narratives. Open Places Milwaukee, WI. 2013.
The Rubber Stamp Process: Broken Governance in the Planning and Development, and How Communities Can Regain a Voice. Garden Grove, CA. 2011
Childers, M., A. Ibarra, A. Kulwiec, and D. Nack. The Recent Evolution of Wisconsin Public Worker Unionism since Act 10. Labor Studies Journal, 2020.
Ibarra, A., A. Carlos, and R. D. Torres. The Latino Question: Politics, Labouring Classes and the Next Left. Pluto Press, 2018.
Nack, D., and A. Ibarra. The Wisconsin Experience and the Election of 2016. Labor Studies Journal, 2017.
Carlos, A., and A. Ibarra. Mexican Mass Labor Migration in a Not-So Changing Political Economy. Ehnicities, 2015.
, E. G., A. Ibarra (Co-editor), and R. D. Torres (Co-editor). Man of Fire Selected Writings. University of Illinois Press, 2013.
Ibarra, A., and D. Nack. A Legacy of Excellence: 100 Years of Wisconsin Apprenticeship, 1911-2011. Film Documentary, 2011.