Part-Time Professor, Multicultural Studies email@example.com
Currently Teaching: CS 100 – Introduction to Chicano Studies CS 102 – The Chicano and the American Political System
Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science/Cultural Studies Claremont Graduate University (in Progress) M.A. Latin American Studies U.C.S.D (2008) B.A. Philosophy of Science U.C.S.D (2005) Minor: Immigration Studies U.C.S.D
Areas of Expertise: Brazil & Mexico
Academic Interests: Immigration, Globalization, Sovereignty, Healthcare, Hegemony, Inequality, Film, Phenomenology, & Embodiment.
Language Proficiency: Fluent both written and spoken in Spanish and Portuguese.
Publications: Chicanos in the United States, Cognella (2011); Impacts of Boarder Enforcement on Mexican Migration Lynne Rienner (2007);American Hegemony and its Influence on Brazilians’ decision to Come to the United States PorQuest (2009).
Documentaries: Producer, Pies Ligeros (2014); Director, Yo Soy Teresa Castro (2010); Director, Pomba Branca (2006); Director, Tlacuitapa (2005)
Fellowships and Awards: Claremont Graduate University Meritorious Arts & Humanities Fellowship (2014) Awarded at Claremont; Outstanding Graduate Student in the area of African Diaspora Studies (2008) Awarded at U.C.S.D.; Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship, to Study the Language of Zapoteco, (2008) Awarded at U.C.S.D; Higher Education Consortium Project, Fellowship awarded by the Dept. of Anthropology allowed me to study for one year at the prestigious Federal University of Bahia, Brazil (2006) Awarded at U.C.S.D; EAP Scholorship, (2004) Awarded at U.C.S.D.