Three Year Appointment Eligibility List AY 2020PDF File

Tenure Track Faculty

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eddy alvarez

Eddy Francisco Alvarez Jr., Ph.D

Assistant Professor of Chicana and Chicano Studies

Chicanx and Latinx aesthetics, performance, and popular culture, Gender and Sexuality, queer oral histories, Los Angeles queer Latinx histories, Queer of color theories, Jotería Studies, Jotería pedagogies, Queer Space, Feminist geographies, Sound Studies, Critical Fat studies.

H-324-C

edalvarez@fullerton.edu

Erualdo R. González  

Erualdo R. González

Department Chair and Professor

Community development, gentrification, neighborhood planning, planning and health, urban politics, critical urbanism, and planning and Latina/os- Mexican Immigration.

H-312 B

egonzalez@fullerton.edu

Alexandro José Gradilla  

Alexandro José Gradilla

Associate Professor

Critical Medical Anthropology, Social Theory (Focault, Gramsci), Social history (19th, 20th century), Marxist political theory, Race, racism, and racialization, Indigeneity and autochthonous identities, Bioethics, Cultural Competency, Latin American Subaltern Studies, Gender and Men’s/Masculinity Studies, Reproductive health, Mentorship, Recruiting, retaining and tenuring faculty of color.

H-324 F

agradilla@fullerton.edu

Monica D. Hanna  

Monica D. Hanna

Associate Professor

Literary and cultural studies: U.S., U.S. Latina/o, African American, Latin American, Italian, Nationalisms and transnationalisms, including concepts of trans-Americanity and the global South, Literary Journalism, Comparative literatures of migration (U.S., Europe), Historiography, Postmodernism, Genre studies, Spatial theory, Translation.

H-314

mohanna@fullerton.edu

Gabriela Nuñez  

Gabriela Nuñez

Associate Professor

Contemporary Chicana/o/Latina/o Literature and Culture, Ethnic U.S. Literatures, Genre Fiction, Ecocriticism, Food Studies, Transnational American Studies, Cultural Studies in the Americas.

H-324 D

gnunez@fullerton.edu

Mario Obando

Mario Alberto Obando

Assistant Professor

Latinx and Chicanx oral and public history, queer and feminist of color interventions in comparative ethnic studies and pedagogy, Central American diaspora, Latinx and Indigenous spirituality.

H324-A 

 maobando@fullerton.edu

Patricia A. Pérez  

Patricia A. Pérez

Professor

Chicana/o Education; College Choice; Examinations of Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Immigration Status on College Access, Equity, Persistence and Retention; Qualitative Research.

H-312 G

pperez@fullerton.edu