Eladio B. Bobadilla


Eladio Bobadilla is PhD Candidate at Duke University. Bobadilla earned his Bachelor of Integrated Studies from Weber State University in 2012, where he was recognized as the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences’ Outstanding Graduate and was given the university’s highest academic honor for students when he was named Crystal Crest Scholar of the Year. Bobadilla enrolled at Duke University in 2013, where he has received several prestigious fellowships and grants, including the Mellon Fellowship for Dissertation Research in Original Sources, the Ottis Green Fellowship, a Bass Instructional Fellowship, the John Higham Research Fellowship, and the George Pozzetta Dissertation Award. Bobadilla is currently writing his dissertation on the history of the modern immigrants’ rights movement, under the supervision of his primary adviser, Dr. Nancy MacLean.