Christine Moore

Part-Time Professor, Multicultural Studies
cmoore@palomar.edu

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Currently Teaching:
CS 101 – The Chicano in the United States
CS 102 – The Chicano and the American Political System

Education

  • 2001 San Diego State University San Diego California, Master of the Arts History, Latin American Studies
  • 1998 California State University San Marcos, San Marcos California Bachelor of the Arts History
  • 1995 Mira Costa College Oceanside, California. Associate of Arts History/English

Writing and Work in Progress                                                                                  

  • M.A. Thesis                                                                                                       
  • Progressive Tuberculosis Reform in San Diego: 1900-1945 Language, Children, and the Reversal of Social Responsibility for Public Health   MA Thesis San Diego State University

Articles                                                                                                                       

  • Illusions of Language and Allusions of Children: 1920-1945 Submitted to San Diego Historical Society Journal

Conference Papers/Lectures                                                                                   

  • Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz: The Enigma and the Mirror. Mexican American History Guest Lecture Southwestern College 2003
  • Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and the problem of National Identity, Annual Regional Phi Alpha Theta Convention CSU San Marcos. April 2003
  • The Effect of the Boldt Decision Regarding Traditional Native American Fishing Rights in Puget Sound. University of Washington, Native American Studies February 2003
  • Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and Academia  Presented to Oxford Roundtable June 2008

Presentations                                                                                                             

  • Janette Rankin- The Woman who Voted No Twice 2005 Presented for Women’s        History Month Southwestern College 2005
  • Daughters of Free Men  Rural Women and the Social Impact on Pre Industrial United States.  Presented for Women’s History Month, Southwestern College 2005
  • Elections in Chiapas Mexico, 1997.  Mira Costa College Third World    Consortium, Guest lecturer in History of the Americas. CSU San Marcos, Phi Alpha Theta and History of Mexico guest lecturer.
  • Elections in Aguas Blancas, Mexico 1996. Mira Costa College, Third World     Consortium.  Phi Alpha Theta, CSU San Marcos California.1996
  • Chicano Roundtable-Our Latino/a Student Experience at Palomar College. January 2013

 Associations and Clubs

  • Faculty Advisor and Co Founder Women’s Herstory Club Southwestern College 2004-present
  • American Association of Community College Women 2005-present
  • Faculty Advisor, M.E.Ch.A  Palomar College 2007-present

M.A. Fields of Study

  • U..S. History
  • Chicano History
  • Latin American History/Revolutions
  • Latin American Society and Politics
  • California Medical History
  • Women and U.S. Progressive history
  • Gender and Latin American Revolutions