LECTURERS

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Arely Acuna-Avilez 

Arely Acuna-Avilez

Latina/o/x in higher education; experiences of undocumented college students; student organizations and student organizing; diversity and equity in colleges and universities.

H-330

aacuna@fullerton.edu

Jorge Herrera 

Jorge Herrera

 

H-324 F

joherrera@fullerton.edu

Ana Nez 

Ana Nez

Contemporary Chicanx and Latinx Narratives, Chicana Feminisms, Theories of Oppositional Consciousness, Indigenous Studies, Intersectionality in Social Movements, Spatial Politics in Barrio Narratives, Women's Autobiography 

H-324 D

anez@fullerton.edu

Soham Patel 

Soham Patel

Critical Ethnic Studies, Transnational American Studies, American Studies, Cultural Studies, Theories of Race & Empire

H-332

sopatel@fullerton.edu

Judith Perez-Torres 

Judith Perez-Torres

Dr. Judith Pèrez is an interdisciplinary scholar with a PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah. Her research areas include educational leadership, exploring Chicana/x & Latina/x racialized educational experiences, The First Year Experience, Chicana feminist thought, Latina/o Critical Theory (LatCrit), Critical Race Service Learning, the K-20 educational pipeline, and university-school-community engagement.

H-324 A

juperez@fullerton.edu

José Serrano Nájera 

José Serrano Nájera

Social Movement Practices and Ideologies, Chicana/o Indigeneity, Chicana/o and Latina/o Civil Rights Movements, U.S. Social Movements, and Twentieth Century Transnational Human and Civil Rights Activism. Transnational Chicana/o and Latina/o History, U.S. History, Mexican History, and Latin American History.

H-324 D

jserranonajera@fullerton.edu

José Zamora 

José Zamora

Comparative Ethnic Studies, Hemispheric Studies, Masculinity and Fatherhood, Futurology, Post-Colonial Theory, Social Ecology, Digital Animation, Video Editing.

H-324 D

josezamora@fullerton.edu