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Brandon Bisbey
Brandon
P
Bisbey
Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Spanish
World Languages and Cultures
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4622
Courses Taught
SPAN 481 Contemporary Latin American Narrative
SPAN 419 Topics in Contemporary Mexican Literature
SPAN 418 Novels of the Mexican Revolution
SPAN 378 Mexican Literature
SPAN 315 Spanish Culture
SPAN 314 Latin American Culture
SPAN 310 Advanced Spanish Grammar
SPAN 253 Composition II
SPAN 102 Beginning Spanish II
PORT 101 Portuguese I
WLC 200L Introduction to Latin American Cultures
LLAS 101 Introduction to Latino and Latin American Studies
Research Interests
Contemporary Mexican Narrative, Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture, Masculinities Studies
Education

Ph.D. Spanish. Tulane University. 2011. Dissertation: Humor and Homosexuality in Contemporary Mexican Narrative.
M.A. Spanish. Tulane University. 2007.
B.A. Spanish and Latin American Studies. University of Texas at Austin. 2004.

Selected Publications

Scholarly articles:

"Humor y matrimonio gay en Utopía gay de José Rafael Calva y La historia de siempre de Luis    Zapata." Revista de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea. Forthcoming.

“Hacia una literatura de disidencia sexual en México con dos Bildungsromane bisexuales:   Púrpura de Ana García Bergua y Fruta verde de Enrique Serna.” Revista Valenciana. 5.10 (julio-diciembre 2012). Print.

"Cantares de los vientos primerizos: La ironía de una novela zapoteca en español." Revista de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea 40.16 (enero-marzo 2009): 39-48. Print.

Translations:

Gómez, Antonio. “Argentine Multiculturalism and the Ethnographic Shift in Documentary Cinema: Martín Rejtman's Copacabana.” Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture 19:3-4 (2013): 340-355. Print.

Reviews and journalism:

"The Barbarian Nurseries by Héctor Tobar." (Book Review) El Béisman, elbeisman.com, 1 Apr. 2014. Web. 2 Apr. 2014.

"Come Out Into the Sun." (Review of Illegal: Reflections of an Undocumented Immigrant by José Ángel N.) El Béisman. elbeisman.com, 2 Feb. 2014. Web. 4 Feb. 2014.

"The Real Cost of the War on Drugs." (Review of Dying for the Truth by the editors of Blog del Narco) Pilsen Portal. Pilsen Planning Committee and the Resurrection Project, 4 Nov. 2013. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.

"¿Existe una 'narcoliteratura'? Entrevista con el Dr. Felipe Oliver Fuentes Kraffczyk." Pilsen Portal. Pilsen Planning Committee and the Resurrection Project, 15 Oct. 2013. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.

"On the Border." (Review of The Boy Kings of Texas by Domingo Martinez) Pilsen Portal. Pilsen Planning Committee and the Resurrection Project, 28 Sept. 2013. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.

"De zorros y erizos: testimonio de varias vidas." (Book Review) Pilsen Portal. Pilsen Planning Committee and the Resurrection Project, 4 Jul. 2013. Web. 12 Dec. 2013.

"La transmigración de los cuerpos, de Yuri Herrera." (Book Review) contratiempo 104 (mayo 2013): 5. Print.

"Una herramienta por la paz." (Review of To Die in Mexico by John Gibler) contratiempo 98 (octubre 2012): 8. Print.

Develando el erotismo cotidiano: Bisexual chic en la narrativa mexicana contemporánea." contratiempo 96 (julio-agosto 2012): 22-23. Print.

"Un diálogo en NEIU: Migración y literatura." contratiempo 91 (febrero 2012): 8. Print.

Selected Performances

INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS:

“Humor y Homosexualidad”. Seminar taught at the Universidad de Guanajuato in Guanajuato, Mexico. November 25-28, 2013.

"Towards a Literature of Sexual Dissidence in Mexico with two Bisexual Bildungsromane: Púrpura by Ana García Bergua and Fruta verde by Enrique Serna.” Migration, Identity and Place: An Interdisciplinary Conference in Celebration of NEIU’s             Latino and Latin American Studies Program and Its New Major. Northeastern Illinois University. Chicago. September 27, 2012.

PAPERS READ AT CONFERENCES:

“Humor y género en la reescritura del México imaginario: Brenda Berenice de Luis Montaño y

‘La jota de Bergerac’ de Carlos Velázquez.” 129th Modern Language Association Annual Convention. Chicago. January 9-12, 2014.

“Humor, homofobia y la integración gay a la modenridad mexicana.” XVIII Congreso de    Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea. University of Texas-El Paso. March 7-9, 2013.

"Púrpura de Ana García Bergua y Fruta verde de Enrique Serna: Dos bildungsroman        bisexuales." XVII Congreso de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea. University of           Texas-El Paso. March 1-3, 2012.

"Humor and gay marriage in two novels by José Rafael Calva and Luis Zapata." XVI Congreso de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea. University of Texas-El Paso. March 3-5, 2011.

"Campeones: el boxeador como símbolo de la nación en la literatura mexicana."Creoles, Diasporas, Cosmopolitanisms: Annual Meeting of the American Comparative  Literature Association. New Orleans. April 1-4, 2010.

"Narradores machadianos: a ironia da escravidão." Views and Visions: Perspectives in Iberian and Latin American Literatures. Tulane University. New Orleans. October 9-10, 2009.

"Incongruencias (in)apropiadas: el humor negro y lo grotesco en los cuentos de Claudia Hernández." XXVIII International Congress of the Latin American Studies  Association. Rio de Janeiro. June 11-14, 2009.

"Cantares de los vientos primerizos: La ironía de una novela zapoteca en español." XV Annual Mexican Conference at the Univeristy of Califoria-Irvine. April 30-May 2, 2009.

"De fronteras, y de lo grotesco de la vida posmoderna." XVI Congreso Internacional de Literatura Centroamericana. Nicoya, Guanacaste, Costa Rica. 16-18 de abril, 2008.

Background

Assistant Professor of Spanish. Northeastern Illinois University 2011-
Teaching Assistant. Spanish and Portuguese. Tulane University 2006-2011
Preceptor. Spanish. Tulane University 2010

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Department of World Languages and Cultures
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Phone
(773) 442-4622
Office Hours
On sabbatical Fall 2018.
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Christina Bueno
Christina
M.
Bueno
Associate Chair, Graduate Advisor
History
Latina/o and Latin American Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5608
Expertise
Latin American History
Courses Taught
Hist 111D: World History: Latin America
Hist 353: History of Mexico
Hist 354: Contemporary Latin America
Hist 392: Problems in History: Food and Drink in History
Hist 392: Problems in History: History of the Cuban Revolution
Hist 392: Problems in History: Revolutions in Modern Latin America
Hist 392: Problems in History: Writing and Methods for History Majors
LLAS 101: Intro to Latino and Latin American Studies
Field Seminar in Latino and Latin American Studies
Seminar on Mexican Nationalism and National Identity
Mexico City in Historical Perspective
Pro-Seminar: Latin America in the Cold War
Graduate Seminar: Commodities in Latin American History
Graduate Seminar: Latin America in the Cold War
Graduate Seminar: Resistance and Accommodation in Mexican History
Research Interests
Mexican history, Latin American history, nation building, national and ethnic identities, race, indigenous peoples, museums, material culture, history of archaeology, history of memory, postcolonial studies.
Education

University of California, Davis

Latin American History, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

Book:

The Pursuit of Ruins: Archaeology, History, and the Making of Modern Mexico (University of New Mexico Press, 2016.)

Article:

Forjando Patrimonio: The Making of Archaeological Patrimony in Porfirian Mexico,” HAHR, 90, no. 2 (May 2010): 215-246.

This Article Recieved the Following Awards and Honors:

2012 Best Article in the Social Sciences, Latin American Studies Association, Mexico Section.

Robertson Prize, Honorable Mention, 2010 for Best Article in the Hispanic American Historical Review awarded by the    Conference on Latin American History.

Ligia Parra Jahn Award, Best 2010 publication (book or article) written by a woman, awarded by the Rocky Mountain Council of Latin American Studies.

Kimberly S. Hanger Prize, Best 2010 Article in the fields of Latin American, Caribbean, American Borderlands and Frontiers, or Atlantic World history from the Latin American and Caribbean Section (LACS) of the Southern Historical Association.

Additional Information

Awards & Honors:

National Endowment for the Humanities, Faculty Fellowship, 2011-2012

Committee for Organized Research Award, Northeastern Illinois University, 2009

American Council for Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellowship, 2008

Committee for Organized Research Award, Northeastern Illinois University, 2006

Ford Foundation Pre-dissertation Fellowship, 1999, 2000, and 2001

UC Davis and Humanities Research Award, 1999 and 2000

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Office Hours
Fall Semester 2017 Tuesday: 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., 10:45 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., 10:45 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. and by appointment
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Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Gabriel Cortez
Gabriel
A.
Cortez
Ph.D.
Literacy, Leadership, and Development
College of Education
Phone
(773) 442-5537
Expertise
Community Relations
Courses Taught
LEAD 421: Educational Leadership and Organizational Studies
LEAD 429: Research Design and Analysis of Educational Data
LEAD 431: School and Community Relations
LEAD 495: Practicum in Higher Education
Research Interests
Grassroots activism in education; intercultural relations; cultural identity; globalization; and Chicago history.
Education

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Educational Policy Studies, Ph.D.

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Educational Policy Studies, M.Ed.

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
History & U.S./Latin-American Studies, B.A.

Selected Publications

Cortez, G.A. (2013). Occupy Public Education: A Community's Struggle for Educational Resources in the Era of Privatization. Equity & Excellence in Education, 46(1), PP 7-19.

Cortez, G.A. (Spring 2013). Re-framing, Re-imagning, and Re-tooling Curricula from the Grassroots: The Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 15(2), PP 84-95.

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By Appointment
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El Centro
Main Campus
University Center Lake County
Maria De La Torre
Maria
E.
De La Torre
Ph.D.
Justice Studies
Latina/o and Latin American Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5452
Courses Taught
JUST 202 Justice and Equality
JUST 346 Introduction to Oral History for Communities
JUST 370 Immigration in Global Perspective
JUST 371 U.S. Immigration Policy and Human Rights in the Americas
Research Interests
• Immigration • Social Movements • Latin@s • Oral History • Gender • Human Rights
Education

•  Ph.D., Sociology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, 2009
•  M.S., Sociology, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, 2001
•  B.A., Sociology, University of Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, 1998

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Phone
(773) 442-5452
Office Hours
Spring 2017 Monday 9:10 - 11:20 a.m., Friday 12:00 - 12:40 p.m., and by appointment.
Main Campus
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Emily
Garcia
PhD
Latina/o & Latin American Studies Coordinator and Program Advisor
English
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5563
Courses Taught
ENGL 203 World of Fiction
ENGL 210 WIP: Methods for English Majors
ENGL 218 American Literature: Beginnings to 1865
ENGL 219 American Literature: 1865 to Present
ENGL 345 Practical Criticism
ENGL 361 Development of the American Novel
ENGL 362 US Fiction: Traditions and Counter-Traditions
ENGL 369 US Latina/o Literature and Culture
ENGL 380 Multicultural Literature in America
ENGL 471 Studies in the American Novel
ENGL 479 US Latina/o Literature
LLAS 201 WIP: Culture and History of US Latinos
WGS 360 Queer Theory
WLC 414 US Latina/o Literatures
ZHON 192 Introduction to the Humanities
Research Interests
Latina/o Studies, Early American Literature, Gender Studies, Critical Ethnic Studies, Translation, Early National Literatures, The Novel
Education

PhD  University of Florida

Selected Publications

“On the Borders of Independence: Manuel Torres and Spanish American Independence in Filadelfia.” Latino/a Studies and Nineteenth-Century America.”  Ed. Jesse Alemán and Rodrigo Lazo. New York: NYU Press, 2016. 71-88.

“Novel Diplomacies: Henry Marie Brackenridge’s Voyage to South America (1819) and Inter-American Revolutionary Literature.” Literature in the Early American Republic 3 (April 2011) p. 145 – 171

“‘The cause of America is in great measure the cause of all mankind’: American Universalism and Exceptionalism in the Early Nation.” American Exceptionalisms, Ed. Sylvia Söderlind and Jamey Carson. Albany: SUNY Press, 2011. p. 51 – 70.

“Roundtable: Critical Keywords in Early American Studies,” Co-edited and Introduction with Duncan Faherty. Early American Literature 46:3 (Fall 2011) pp. 601-602; pp. 603-632.

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Office Hours
On Leave 2016-2017
Main Campus
Dr. Ana Gil-Garcia
Ana
Gil-Garcia
Ed.D.
Literacy, Leadership, and Development
College of Education
Phone
(773) 442-5525
Courses Taught
LEAD 401: Instructional Leadership
LEAD 421: Educational Leadership and Organizational Studies
LEAD 429: Research Design & Analysis of Educational Data
Research Interests
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Education

Western Michigan University
Educational Leadership, Ed.D.

University of Tennessee at Martin
Curriculum & Instruction, M.S.

Pedagogical University of Venezuela
Education, B.A.

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Phone
(773) 442-5525
Office Hours
By appointment
Main Campus
University Center Lake County
Gaytan
Francisco
X
Gaytan
PhD, MSW
Director of ENLACE Leadership Institute, Interim Coordinator of Latino/a & Latin American Studies
Social Work
Sociology and Latino and Latin American Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Education
Phone
(773 )442-4877
Expertise
Social Work with Latinos, Immigration, Social Inequality and Social Mobility, Race and Ethnicity, Educational Access and Opportunity
Courses Taught
SWK 303: HBSE I
SWK 306: HBSE II
SWK 324: Social Work Practice with Latino Communities
SWK 328: Social Work With Groups
SWK 310: Research Practicum I
SWK 311: Research Practicum II
SWK 308: Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees
LEAD 429: Research Design and Analysis of Educational Data
LEAD 496C: Seminar in Higher Education: Critical Policy Issues in Latino Higher Education
Research Interests
My research generally focuses on social mobility through education, access to post-secondary education among Latinos, first-generation college students and immigrants, and the role of public institutions for Latinos, particularly public universities and federally-designated Hispanic Serving Institutions.
Education

Ph.D., New York University, Ed.M. Harvard University, M.S.W., University of California, Berkeley, B.S., Loyola University Chicago

Selected Publications

Gaytán, F.X. (2013). Social capital and the academic and ethnic resources of Mexican youth in New York City. In A. Sawyer & B. Jensen (Eds.), Regarding Educación: Mexican-American Schooling the 21st Century. New York: Teachers College Press.

Moreno, G. & Gaytán, F.X. (2013). Focus on Latino learners: Developing a foundational understanding of Latino cultures to cultivate student success. Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth, 57:1, 7-16.

Moreno, G. & Gaytán, F.X. (2012). Reducing subjectivity in special education referrals by educators working with Latino students: Encouraging the incorporation of the Functional Behavioural Assessment as a pre-referral practice in student support teams. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, iFirst, 1-14

Gaytán, F.X. & Suárez-Orozco, C. (2011).  Social-emotional challenges for newcomer Latino youth in educational settings. In N.J. Cabrera, F.A. Villaruel, & H.E. Fitzgerald (Eds.), Latina and Latino Children's Mental Health, Volume 1: Development and Context. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Suárez-Orozco, C., Gaytán, F.X., & Kim, H.Y. (2010). Facing the Challenges of Educating Latino Immigrant Origin Students. In Growing up Hispanic: Health and Development of Children of Immigrants. Nancy Landale, Susan McHale, & Alan Booth (Eds.), Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute.

Suárez-Orozco, C., Gaytán, F. X. Bang, H, J. Pakes, O’Connor, E., & Rhodes, J. (2010). Academic trajectories of newcomer immigrant youth. Developmental Psychology, 46, 602-618.

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
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Phone
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Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Richard Grossman
Richard
Grossman
History
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5634
Expertise
Modern Central American History and United States foreign relations.
Courses Taught
Hist 111D: World History: Latin America
Hist: 332B: United States Foreign Relations, 1914 - Present
Hist 351: History of Central American and the Caribbean
Hist 353: History of Mexico
Research Interests
Latin America
Education

University of Chicago

History, Ph.D., 1996

Background

Dr. Grossman specializes in modern Central American History and US Foreign Relations.  His recent publications include "The Hero Never Dies: Augusto Sandino of Nicaragua" in Samuel Brunk and Ben Fallaw, eds.  Heroes and Hero Cults in Latin America (University of Texas Press. 2006) and "The Blood of the People: The Guardia Nacional de Nicaragua's Fifty Year War Against the People of Nicaragua, 1927-1979" in Cecilia Menjivar and Nestor Rodriguez, eds.  When States Kill: Latin America, the U.S., and Technologies of Terror (University of Texas Press, 2005).

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Phone
(773) 442-5634
Office Hours
Fall Semester 2017 Tuesday: 1:00-1:40 p.m., 3:00-4:15 p.m. Thursday: 1:00-1:40 p.m., 3:00-4:15 p.m. and by appointment
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Jon B. Hageman
Jon
B.
Hageman
Coordinator, University Honors Program
Anthropology
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-6045
Expertise
Archaeology
Courses Taught
LLAS 101 - Introduction to Latino and Latin American Studies
FYE 109d - Aliens, Curses, and the chicago Cemetery
ANTH 212 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 200 - Writing in Anthropology
ANTH 213 - Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 250 - Latin American Archaeology
ANTH 252 - North American Archaeology
ANTH 290 - Graduating Anthropology
ANTH 337a - Anthropology of Death
ANTH 355 - History of Anthropology
ANTH 374 - The Maya
ANTH 380 - Archaeological Field School
ZHON 193 - Honors Introduction to the Social Sciences
Research Interests
Method and theory; settlement and landscape; complex societies; social organization; Mesoamerica.
Education

Ph.D., Anthropology, Southern Illinois University, 2004

M.A., Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin, 1992

B.A., History, Trinity University, 1989

Selected Publications

Hill, Erica, and Jon B. Hageman (editors). 2016. The Archaeology of Ancestors: Death, Memory, and VenerationUniversity Press of Florida, Gainesville.  

Hageman, Jon B. and Erica Hill. 2016. Leveraging the Dead: The Ethnography of Ancestors. In The Archaeology of Ancestors: Death, Memory, and Veneration, edited by E. Hill and J.B. Hageman, pp. 1-41. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Hill, Erica and Jon B. Hageman. 2016. The Archaeology of Ancestors. In The Archaeology of Ancestors: Death, Memory, and Veneration, edited by E. Hill and J.B. Hageman, pp. 42-80. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Hageman, Jon B.  2016. Where the Ancestors Live:  Shrines and Their Meaning among the Classic Maya. In The Archaeology of Ancestors: Death, Memory, and Veneration, edited by E. Hill and J.B. Hageman, pp. 213-248. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Duncan, William N. and Jon B. Hageman. 2015. House or Lineage? How Intracemetery Kinship Analysis Contributes to the Debate in the Maya Area. In Archaeology and Bioarchaeology of Population Movement among the Prehispanic Maya, edited by A. Cucina, pp. 133-142. Springer, New York. 

Goldstein, David J. and Jon B. Hageman. 2014. Status and Food Choice:  Late Classic Maya Foodways for Ancestor Worship and Subsistence. In Plants and People: Choices and Diversity Through Time, edited by Alexandre Chevalier, Elena Marinova, and Leonor Peña, pp. 444-48. EARTH Sustainable Agriculture Reference Series, Volume 1. European Science Foundation, Brussels. 

Goldstein, David J., and Jon B. Hageman. 2010. Power Plants: Paleobotanical Evidence of Rural Feasting in Late Classic Belize. In Food and Feasting in Mesoamerican Civilization: Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Roles of Consumables and Ritual Performance, pp. 421-440, edited by John E. Staller and Michael Carrasco. Springer, New York.  

Hageman, Jon B., and David J. Goldstein. 2009. An Integrated Assessment of Archaeobotanical Recovery methods in the Neotropical Rainforest of Northern Belize: Flotation and Dry Screening. Journal of Archaeological Science 36:2841-2852.  

Sullivan, Lauren A., Jon B. Hageman, Brett A. Houk, Paul J. Hughbanks, and Fred Valdez, Jr. 2008. Structure Abandonment and Landscape Transformation: Examples from the Three Rivers Region. In Ruins of the Past: The Use and Perception of Abandoned Structures in the Maya Lowlands, edited by Travis Stanton and Aline Magnoni, pp. 91-112. University Press of Colorado, Boulder. 

Houk, Brett A., and Jon B. Hageman. 2007. Lost and Found: (Re)-Placing Say Ka in the La Milpa Suburban Settlement Pattern.  Mexicon 29:152-156. 

Hageman, Jon B. 2004. The Lineage Model and Archaeological Data in Northwestern Belize. Ancient Mesoamerica 15:63-74. 

William R. Fowler and Jon B. Hageman. 2004. New Perspectives on Ancient Maya Social Organization. Ancient Mesoamerica 15:61-62. 

Hageman, Jon B., and Jon C. Lohse. 2003. Heterarchy, Corporate Groups, and Late Classic Resource Management in Northwestern Belize. In Heterarchy, Political Economy, and the Ancient Maya, edited by V.L. Scarborough, F. Valdez, Jr., and N.P. Dunning, pp. 109-121. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Beach, Timothy, Sheryl Luzzader-Beach, Nicholas Dunning, Jon Hageman, and Jon Lohse. 2003. Upland Agriculture in the Maya Lowlands: Ancient Maya Soil Conservation in Northwestern Belize. The Geographical Review 92 (3):372-397.  

Hageman, Jon B. and David A. Bennett. 2000. Construction of Digital Elevation Models For Archaeological Applications. In Practical Applications of GIS for Archaeologists: A Predictive Modeling Toolkit, edited by K. Wescott and R.J. Brandon, pp. 113-127.  Taylor and Francis, London. 

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Jeanette
M.
Hernández,
MA
Administrative Aide
World Languages and Cultures
Expertise
Office Procedures, Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy, Women's Studies, Latin American Cultures, Spanish and French languages
Education

M.A. Political Science, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois, 2010

B.A. Philosophy, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois, 2001

B.A. Sociology, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, Illinois, 1997

 

Background

Office Staff, Department of World Languages and Cultures, Northeastern Illnois University, 1992 to present.

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Office Hours
10:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday
Tim Libretti
Timothy
R
Libretti
Acting Associate Dean
English
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5823
Courses Taught
ENGL 101 Writing I
ENGL 203 World of Fiction
ENGL 218 American Literature: Beginnings -1865
ENGL 219 American Literature: 1865-Present
ENGL 345 Practical Criticism
ENGL 357 Land, Labor, and Literature
ENGL 369 American Realism
ENGL 371 Studies in Women's Literature
ENGL 381 African-American Literature
ENGL 382 Chicana/o Literature
ENGL 410 Literary Method and Practice
ENGL 430 Studies in Literary Criticism
ENGL 448D Hawthorne and Melville
ENGL 449M Studies in the American Novel
ENGL 449N Ethnic Literatures
ENGL 468 US Literary Modernism and Its Other
WGS 301E The Radical Feminist Imagination
Research Interests
US Literature, Working-Class Literature, Multi-Ethnic Literature, Marxism
Education

PhD  English, University of Michigan, 1995
MA   English, University of Michigan, 1991
BA    English summa cum laude, Cornell University, 1989

 

Selected Publications

Books
The Making of U.S. Warking-Class Literature and Consciousness: The Nations, Genders, and Sexualities of U.S. Proletarian Literature from the 1930s to the Present (forthcoming from University of Mississippi Press).

Articles and Chapters
"A Proletarian Book of Laughter and Remembering: The Cry and the Dedication and the Inter/National Class Struggle" in Writer in Exile/Writer in Revolt Critical Perspectives on Carlos Bulosan, ed. Jeffrey Arellano Cabusao, University Press of America, 2016.

"Dis-Alienating the Neighborhood: The Representation of Work and Community in Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," in Revisiting Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, eds. Kathy Merlock Jackson, Steven M. Emmanuel. North Carolina: McFarland Press, 2016.

"Beyond the Innocence of Globalization: The Abiding Necessity of Carlos Bulosan's Anti-Imperialist Imagination."  Kritika Kultura, no. 23 (Summer 2014). On-line.

"'Verticality is such a risky enterprise': Class Epistemologies and the Critique of Upward Movility in Colson Whitehead's The Intiutisionist," in Class and Culture in Contemporary Crime Fiction, ed. Julie H. Kim. North Carolina: McFarland & Company, 2014, pp. 201-224.

"'A Broader and Wiser Revolution': Refiguring Chicago Nationalist Politics in Latin Amercan Consciousness in Post-Movement Chicana/o Literature" in Imagined Transnationalism: Latina/o Literature, Culture and Identity, eds. Francisco Lomelí, Marc Priewe, and  Kevin Concannon. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, pp. 137-155.

"Modernism and Politics" in Encyclopedia of Literature and Politics, ed M. Keith Booker. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005, pp. 176-180.
 

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(773) 442-5823
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Summer 2016
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Jaime Mendoza
Jaime
Mendoza
Drawing
Art
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-5474
Expertise
Concerned with issues of immigration, ethnicity and borders, Mendoza uses a variety of mediums such as video, photography, and mixed media installations - all of which fuse the politics of contemporary urban culture with idealistic meditations on aesthetics, history, and identity.
Courses Taught
Art 170 G Studio Experiences: Drawing
Art 120 Drawing I
Art 220: Drawing II
Art 320: Drawing III
LLAS 109: Latino Art, Thought and Revolution in Chicago
Research Interests
His most recent work, "under the influence," examines the place of the "SELF" within a social context. In his position as social commentator, the artist is subject to cultural criticism which becomes a dynamic cyclical relationship: the artist responds to criticism by producing more work which is then subject to further criticism. This series of self-portraits depicts the artist as a participant in this symbolic relationship.
Education

M.F.A.,  Studio Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago

B.A.,  Art, Northeastern Illinois University

 

Selected Publications

Alicia Eler, "Crowning The Selfie King," (December 2013) Hyperallergic

Peter Russu, "MASTERS of Today - 117 Contemporary Artists," (April 2008): p. 57

Jaime Mendoza, "La Chamba, Drawings bby Jaime Mendoza," (April 2007)

Mercedes Fernandez,"Hola, mi nombre es Jaime Mendoza, " La Raza (Feb. 15, 2006)

Glenn McNatt, "MICA exhibit offers artistic tale of two cities" Baltimore SUn (June 24, 2004)

 

Selected Exhibitions

Faculty Show, Northeastern Illinois University Fine Arts Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

The Collaboration Show, Cobalt Studios, Chicago Illinois

SHIKAAWA, Gallery 414, Fort Worth, Texas

Hot Buns and Blazing Artists, The Texas Theater, Dallas, Texas

Sangre, Sudor y Papeles, Antena, Chicago, Illinois

Picturing Immigration, Galeria De La Raza, San Francisco, California

Digital Divide, VU Space - Victoria University, Victoria, Australia

Boston/Chicago, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

LWH 0031
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-5474
Office Hours
Tuesday and Thursday 5-6 p.m.
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Image of Ana Nieves working with RTI on location
Ana
Nieves
Art History
Art
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4916
Expertise
Art and architecture of the Ancient Americas, specifically the Andean region.
Courses Taught
Introduction to Art History I
Art and Architecture of the Ancient Americas
Andean Art and Architecture
Art of Latin America
African and Oceanic Art
Peru Study Tour
Research Interests
Andean art; Nasca and Paracas iconography; Peruvian rock art
Education

Ph.D., Art History, The University of Texas at Austin

M.A., Art History, Virginia Commonwealth University

B.A., Art, Lynchburg College

 

Selected Publications

 

2016     "Quilcas en el Contexto de la Civilización Paracas." Colección Paracas: Joyas Sanmarquinas. Lima, Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Fondo Editorial: 93-119.

2015      “The Seated Figure Iconographic Complex: The Definition Of A Descriptive Type In The Rock Art Of The Rio Grande De Nasca Drainage (Department Of Ica, Peru).” Rock Art Research 32 (2): 207-218.

2014     "Early Horizon and Early Intermediate Period Rock Art of the Nasca Valley (Department of Ica, Peru) /  Quilcas de los Períodos Horizonte Temprano e Intermedio Temprano del valle de Nasca (Departamento de Ica, Perú)" (co-authored: Gori Tumi Echevarría). Boletín de la Asociación Peruana de Arte Rupestre  6 (21): 911-925.

2014     “Análisis con RTI (Reflectance Transformation Imaging) en Dos Sitios con Quilcas del Perú, Tecnología, Deterioro y Conservación” (co-authored: Gori Tumi Echevarría). Arqueología y Sociedad 28: 289-304.

2014     “Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) at Two Petroglyph Sites in Peru: Manufacturing Techniques, Deterioration, and Conservation.” (co-authored: Gori Tumi Echevarría). In A Monograph of Rock Art Research and Protection.  Edited by Zhang Yasha, President of the Rock Art Research Association of China. Beijing, China Tibetology Publishing House: 204-226.

2009     "More Than Meets the Eye:  A Study of Two Nasca Symbols."  Andean Past 9: 229-247.

2006     "Reconstructing Ritual: Some Thoughts on the Location of Petroglyph Groups in the Nasca Valley, Peru.” In Space and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology. Edited by Elizabeth Robertson, Jeffery Seibert, Deepika Fernandez, and Marc Zender.  University of Calgary Press and University of New Mexico Press: 217-226.

 

Additional Information

Grants and Awards

NEIU Excellence Award in Teaching for 2013-14

Dumbarton Oaks Project Grant 2013-14

 

 

FA 206A
Art Department
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4916
Office Hours
Fall 2016: M 10:00-11:00am; T 10:00am-12:00pm; W 10:00-11:00am; or by appointment
Main Campus
Isaura Pulido
Isaura
B.
Pulido
Associate Professor and Department Chair
Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies
College of Education
Phone
(773) 442-5592
Expertise
Latina/o education
Courses Taught
LLAS 100: Introduction to Latina/o and Latin American Studies
EDFN 305: Philosophical and Historical Foundations of Public Education
EDFN 313: Problems, Issues and Practices in Education
EDFN 405: Development of Educational Thought
Research Interests
Race, Ethnicity, and Education, Qualitative Research Methods, Critical Race Theory/LatCrit, Urban Education Policy, and Latina/o Education
Education

Ph.D. May 2008, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Educational Policy Studies

Ed.M., 2001, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Educational Policy Studies

B. S., 1997, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Psychology

Selected Publications

Kim, J. & Pulido, I. (2015). Examining hip hop as culturally relevant pedagogy. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 12(1), 17-35.

Wilson, A., Pulido, I., Stovall, D. (2014). Inquiring into Students’ communities first as learner, then as learner, teacher, supporter. In Aviles de Bradley, A., Camargo, J., Dover,  A.G., Miglietta, A., Pulido, I., Relucio-Hensler, C., Wilson, A. (Eds.), Grassroots Curriculum Toolkit 4.0. Chicago; Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce. 

Farmer, S., Pulido, I., Konkol, P., Phillipo, K., Stovall, D., & Klonsky, M. (2013). CReATE research brief on school closures. (2013). Chicagoland  Researchers and Educators for Transformative Education (CReATE). Chicago, IL.

Pulido, I., Cortez, G., Aviles de Bradley, Miglietta, A. & Stovall, D. (2013). Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce: Re-framing, re-imagining and re-tooling curriculum from the grassroots. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 15(2).

Pulido, I. (2009). “Music fit for us minorities”: Latinas/os use of hip hop as pedagogy and interpretive framework to negotiate and challenge racism. Equity and Excellence in Education, 42(1). Philadelphia, PA: Taylor and Francis Group.

Pulido, I. (2004) Review of New York Ricans From the Hip Hop Zone, by Raquel Z. Rivera in Latino Studies, 2(3), 439-441.

Pulido, I., Rivera, A., Aviles de Bradley, A., (under contract). Latino Schooling in Chicago. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.

 

 

Background

Dr. Pulido’s research is interdisciplinary and works to expand the scholarly literature in the fields of education, youth culture, and Latina/o Studies by examining how youth navigate schooling through their particular social and cultural lenses. Her research provides an alternative perspective to much of the recent literature on urban schooling framed by a discourse surrounding testing, standardization of curriculum, and accountability and instead, focuses on developing an understandings of how youths’ multi-layered identities converge and divergewith the processes of schooling in ways that affect academic achievement.

 

Additional Information

Selected Presentations

Pulido, I., Cortez, G., Aviles de Bradley, Miglietta, A. & Stovall, D. Chicago Grassroots Curriculum Taskforce: Re-framing, re-imagining and re-tooling curriculum from the grassroots. Workshop at the Comparative and International Education Society Conference, Toronto, CA, March 2014.

Pulido, I., Aviles de Bradley, A., Rivera, A. Latin@ education in Chicago – past and present struggles: Navigating and resisting oppressive conditions and space. Paper presented at the LatCrit Conference, Chicago, IL, October 2013.

Aviles de Bradley, A., Pulido, I., Stovall, D., & Miglietta, A. Building a Grassroots Curriculum Movement. Presentation at the Free Minds, Free People Conference, July 2013, Chicago.

Kim, J. & Pulido, I. Examining hip hop music as culturally relevant. Paper presented at the American Education Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 2013.

Pulido, I. & Depouw, C. Situating Critical Race Studies in Education: CRT in the Midwest. Paper to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. April 2012.

Pulido, I. “Shit is fucked up but this is what makes us stronger”: Examining Latina/o youth’s use of socially conscious hip hop music as a vehicle for social justice activism in Chicago. Paper presented at the National Association of Chicano and Chicana Scholars Association, Chicago, IL, March, 2012.

Pulido, I. Latino youths’ use of hip hop music to challenge racism. (Invited). Paper presented at the University of Southern Indiana’s Sixth Annual Equity and Diversity Conference, Evansville, April 15, 2011.

Tanabe, C, Lee, S.J., Theobald, P.G., Knight-Diop, M.G., & Pulido, I. (Invited to Presidential Panel.) Meaningful Connections: Social Networks as a Policy Focus in Complex Educational Ecologies. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Denver, CO, April 30-May 4, 2010.

Pulido, I. Meaning making and making action: Hip hop music and the production of civic identities. Paper presented at the Critical Race Studies in Education Association Annual Conference, May Salt Lake City, Utah. May 2010.

Twyman Hoff, P., Evans-Winters, V., Nur-Awaleh, M., & Pulido, I. Education and the Diffusion of Responsibility: Social Justice as Pedagogy. Paper presented at the Teaching and Learning Conference. Illinois State University, Normal, IL. January, 2010.

LWH 4009
5500 North Saint Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-5592
Office Hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:15 - 1:15 p.m.; Fridays 4 - 5 p.m. or by appointment
El Centro
Main Campus
Ramirez
Milka
Ramirez
PhD, MSW
Curriculum Specialist: Social Work Practice
Social Work
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4763
Expertise
Social Work Practice; LGBTQ Populations; Gender and Women’s Study
Courses Taught
SWK 304: Practice I
SWK 305: Practice II
SWK 309: Research and Quantitative Applications
SWK 357: Social Welfare Policy II
SWK 327: Social Work Practice with Families
SWK 307: Services to Children and Adolescents
SWK 250: Issues in Social Service Delivery
Research Interests
Homophobia and Social Work Practice; School Social Work with LGBTQ youth; Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression; Performing Arts and Social Justice
Education

Ph.D. Philosophy of Social Work, Master in Social Work, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, Type 73 School Social Work Certificate, State of Illinois, Certificate in Gender and Women’s Studies

Additional Information

Co-founder of En Las Tablas Performing Arts, NFP 

5500 N. St. Louis Ave.
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4763
Office Hours
Tuesdays 9:30-10:30 a.m.; 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. & Thursdays 9:30-10:30 a.m.; 12:30-1:30 p.m.; 3-4 p.m. or by appointment.
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Patricio Rizzo-Vast
Patricio
Rizzo-Vast
Ph.D.
Instructor of Spanish
World Languages and Cultures
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4293
Expertise
Spanish and Portuguese language, Latin American literature and culture translation
Courses Taught
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II
SPAN 225 Composition I
LLAS 101 Introduction to Latin American Studies
Research Interests
At present my work focuses on the representation of space in the poetry and prose of Oliverio Girondo and Jorge Luis Borges The representation of nature in the work of Octavio Paz Rewriting a book on Oliverio Girondo and the Legacy of the Avant-Gardes
Education

Ph.D. in Spanish, University of California, Davis, Dissertation: “El lugar de Girondo” Major Field: Latin American Literature
M.A. in Spanish, San Francisco State University
Teaching Credential in Spanish, 1992, Spanish-English Bilingual Certificate of Competence for the State of California, 1993
B.A. in Latin American Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Universidad Nacional de Buenos Aires, School of Law

Selected Publications

Books:

Ser libre. Evanston: Studio Mosaid, 2013

Luz vital. Buenos Aires: Bibliografika, 2011

Ananda naranja. Buenos Aires: Dunken, 2007

Jardín en Playa Unión. Buenos Aires: Ediciones Corregidor, 2005

El lugar de Girondo.  Buenos Aires: Ediciones Corregidor, 2001

Deuda externa: condicionalidades y desarrollo infraestructural en la Argentina, Buenos Aires: Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, 1993

Desde el océano. From the Ocean.  Oakland: Inkworks, 1981

Articles:

“Paisaje e ideología en Campo nuestro de Oliverio Girondo,” Revista Iberoamericana, Pittsburgh, Vol. LXVII,  Num. 194-195, January-June 2001, pp. 105-120

“Paisaje e ideología en Los pasos perdidos de Alejo Carpentier,” La Torre, Puerto Rico, Año 5, 17, Julio-Sept. 2000, pp. 463-477

“Mercedes Sosa: voz de América,” Canto, San Francisco State University, Fall 1994-Spring 1995, Vol. 2, Num. 2, pp. 36-41

Selected Exhibitions

Presentation “’Interlunio’ y la actitud contestataria de  Oliverio Girondo  (1937-1940)” Co-Chair, Critical Dialogues on the Latin American Avant Gardes. Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, May 2012

Presentation “Recepción crítica a la obra de Borges en España en la década de 1920” Radboud Universiteit, Nijmegen, Holland, October 2011

Presentation “El español en la cultura global” Northeastern Illinois University, March 2009

Conference, “Images of Globalization in Jose Saramago's La caverna" Latin American Studies Association, Montreal, September 2007

Conference, “Aspectos del panorama orillero borgiano (1936-1948)" University of Iowa, May 2007

Conference, “An Exploration of the Catholic Nationalist "Dialect" in Argentina 1976-1983." Northeastern Illinois University, November 2006

Conference, “Mecanización y Globalización en La caverna de José Saramago,” XXVIIII Simposio Internacional de Literatura. Literatura y Globalización, Montevideo, August 2006

Conference, “The Desert in the Poetry of Jacobo  Fijman,” Latin American Studies Association, Puerto Rico, March 2006
American Studies Association, Puerto Rico, March 2006

Conference, “El Martín Fierro y la nación argentina,” California State University, Fullerton, December 2003

Conference, “Paisaje e ideología en Campo nuestro de Oliverio Girondo,”  Columbia University, New York City, April 2000

Conference, “Ética y estética en ‘Estival’ de Rubén Darío.” Octavo Congreso Internacional de Lit. Centroamericana, Guatemala City, March 2000

Presenter, UC Davis Summer Sessions Film Series: “Four Days in September,” September, 1998 and “The
Star Maker,” August 1997

Conference, “Lenguaje e ideología: aspectos del  dialecto nacionalista-católico en la Argentina.”
UC Davis, May 1998

Conference, “Landscape and Ideology: The Figure of the Desert in Argentine  Literature.” University
of California, Davis, July 1997

Conference, “Ideología modernista en ‘Estival’ de Rubén Darío.” University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, May 1997

Conference, “La pasión de los tigres: cultura y violencia en ‘Estival’ de Rubén Darío.” UC Davis, December 1996

Background

Lecturer in Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, August 2004 to the present
Instructor of Spanish, Wright College, Chicago, August 2005 to the present
Instructor of Spanish, Solano Community College, Solano-Suisun, California September 2002 to June 2004
Spanish Teacher in Woodland Unified School District, Woodland, California, 2002 to 2004
Lecturer in the University of California, Davis, September 2000 to June 2002
Teaching Assistant for the University of California, Davis, 1995 to 1998
Spanish Teacher in the Oakland Unified School District, Oakland, California, 1990-1995
Translator for Current Anthropology, a publication of the University of Chicago and the Dept. of Anthropology of UC Davis, 2002 to present
Translator for the Department of Public Health, San Francisco, 1993
Researcher for Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1991-1992
Copyeditor for Houghton and Mifflin for Spanish bilingual texts for the State of Texas, 1984-86
Interpreter for A.M.S. Associates, San Francisco, working with injured immigrant field workers in California, 1980-1984

Lech Walesa Hall 2033
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4293
Office Hours
MW 7:05 - 9:05 pm and by appt
Main Campus
Curriculum Vitae
Brett Stockdill
Brett
Stockdill
Sociology
College of Arts and Sciences
Phone
(773) 442-4772
Courses Taught
SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology
LLAS 101: Introduction to Latino/a & Latin American Studies
SOC 211: Sociological Research Methods
SOC 245: WIP: Social Inequalities
SOC 270: Sociology of Latinas
SOC 310: Social Movements
SOC 312: Sociology of Health and Illness
SOC 342: Internship in Sociology
SOC 343: Sociological Practice and Seminar
SOC 351: Senior Seminar in Sociology
SOC 352: Sociology of HIV/AIDS
Research Interests
My research focuses on the Sociology of HIV/AIDS, Social Inequality, and Social Movements. I am especially interested in how multiple inequalities (racism, sexism, homophobia, classism, etc.) intersect and how oppressed groups respond to and resist these inequalities. For my first book, Activism Against AIDS: At the Intersections of Sexuality, Race, Gender, and Class (Lynne Rienner Press, 2003), I interviewed AIDS activists in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York, and I conducted participant observation in ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power)/Chicago—a direct action AIDS activist group. I examine how inequalities have shaped the AIDS crisis and how LGBTQ people, people of color, prisoners and other groups have organized collectively to combat HIV/AIDS. For my second book, Transforming the Ivory Tower: Challenging Racism, Sexism and Homophobia in the Academy (University of Hawai’i Press, 2012), Mary Yu Danico and I edited an anthology that highlights how professors identify forms of bias and discrimination in higher education as well as forge antiracist, feminist and queer approaches to teaching and mentoring, research and writing, and social justice work. Some of my other publications are listed below. My research and teaching are informed by my experiences as a queer HIV-positive activist. I have been a participant in campus and community activism for free speech and against the AIDS crisis, homophobia, racism and militarism.
Education

Ph.D., Sociology, 1996, Northwestern University

M.A., Sociology, 1991, Northwestern University

B.A., Psychology, 1987, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Selected Publications

2013.  “ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power).” In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements.  Eds, David A. Snow, Donatella Della Porta, Bert Klandermans, and Doug McAdam.  Oxford, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell.

2012.  (with Mary Yu Danico) Transforming the Ivory Tower: Challenging Racism, Sexism and Homophobia in the Academy.  Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai’i Press.

2012.  “Queering the Ivory Tower: Tales of a Trouble Making Homosexual.” In Transforming the Ivory Tower: Challenging Racism, Sexism and Homophobia in the Academy. Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai’i Press.

2011.  “Men’s Responsibility to Challenge Gender Violence.” IMPACT Chicago.  Two part series: August 8 & 15, 2011. http://www.impactchicago.blogspot.com/

2011.  “The Odyssey of the Utterly Fabulous Mario Sierra: Living in the Borderlands.”  The Bilerico Project: Daily Experiments in LGBTQ. Four part series: May 3-6, 2011.  http://www.bilerico.com/2011/05/the_odyssey_of_the_utterly_fabulous_mario_sierra.php#more.

2007.  “Anti-Racist Social Movements.” Encyclopedia of Race and Racism.  Eds. John H. Moore et al.  MacMillan Reference Library.

2003.  Activism Against AIDS: At the Intersections of Sexuality, Race, Gender and Class. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press.

2003.  (with Lisa Sun-Hee Park and David Naguib Pellow) “Beyond the Hollywood Hype: Using Documentary to Unmask State Oppression Against People of Color." Reversing the Lens: Crossing Cultures through Film.  Eds. Lane Hirayabashi and Jun Xing. Boulder: University of Colorado Press.

2001.  "Blood at the Roots: A Structural Analysis of Racist Violence." Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 38, No. 4.

2001.  "Forging a Multidimensional Oppositional Consciousness: Lessons from Community Based AIDS Activism." Oppositional Consciousness: The Subjective Roots of Social Protest.  Eds. Jane Mansbridge and Aldon Morris. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

1999.  "Social Movements and the Criminal Justice System: The Use of Repression to Undermine AIDS Activism."  Criminal Justice/Social Justice: The Maturation of Critical Thought in Law, Crime and Deviance Theory. Ed. Bruce Arrigo. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Press.

1995.  "(Mis)Treating Prisoners with AIDS: Analyzing Health Care Behind Bars." Research in the Sociology of Health Care - Volume 12. Ed. Jennie Jacobs Kronenfeld. Greenwich, CN: JAI Press Inc.

Northeastern Illinois University
5500 North St. Louis Avenue
LWH 2089
Chicago, IL 60625
United States

Phone
(773) 442-4772
Office Hours
TBA
Main Campus