Noe Pliego Campos
Noe Pliego Campos is a first-generation PhD candidate in History at the University of Notre Dame. His research focuses on youth in 1980s Mexico City to understand how economic changes shaped the lives of young people. In particular, he studies the divergent expressions of youth with attention to university students, yuppies (young professionals), chavos banda, (a Mexico City subculture composed of marginalized poor), and queer youth. He is also pursuing minors in Gender Studies and Screen Cultures.
Noe believes in expanding how historians and scholars interact with archives. As such he founded and manages the digital archive titled Archivo Digital de Jóvenes de la Crisis that can be found on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Previously, Noe earned a bachelor's degree in History and a master's degree in Latin American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. There he completed a master’s thesis titled “The 1986 World Cup and Political Legitimacy During Mexico's ‘Lost Decade’” where he explored the political implications of hosting an expensive mega-sports event during a debt-ridden decade.
If you have any questions about my research or Notre Dame’s History program, please feel free to contact me via email or my social media.