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Twentieth-century United States history; Urban history, and Latina/o history and urban space; Racial and migrant politics; Cultural practices.
Modern and contemporary political theory; Democratic theory; Latino Studies/Latino politics in the U.S.; American political thought; Race and ethnicity; Gender and sexuality.
Media, visual culture, consumption, political economy, comparative race in the Americas.
Assistant Director for Student Affairs with research interests in Latin American and Latinx art and literature, Puerto Rican and Caribbean culture, Gender and Sexuality, Performance Studies
Comparative studies of the Americas; Cuban and Caribbean Culture; Memory and popular culture; Public intellectuals and cultural genealogies; U.S. Latino cultures; North-South studies/cultural politics of the global South.
Latin American cultural studies; Women’s and gender studies, and Music.
Faculty Development and Diversity; administration, planning, and social policy
Latino/a History, Immigration, Social Movements.
Labor History; Social Movements; Civil Rights, and Migration.
Social and cultural history of Mexican-Americans and Puerto Ricans during Jim Crow; Latino/a migration to the U.S. South; and importance of region in shaping Latino/a identity.
U.S. History; History of the American West; Environmental History; Labor History.
U.S. Latina literatures and cultures; Poetry and poetics of the Americas; media and performance studies; the Caribbean and its diasporas; modernisms and avant-gardes; creative writing.
Chicana/o and Latina/o studies and literature; U.S. multi-ethnic literature; comparative ethnic studies in the Americas; Borderlands theories and methodologies
Globalization; Political economy; Television studies and social and cultural practices; New technologies.
Literature, cultural theory, language policy, bilingualism.
Sociocultural anthropology; Theory; History; Cultural poetics; Poetry; Ethnography as text; Island Southeast Asia; US Latinos; Mexico.
Latin American and Latinx Studies; Indigenous Studies; colonization and comparative race in the Americas; development studies and revolutionary thought.
Imperial/colonial history of violent displacements, Puerto Rico militarized colonialism; Peace activism.
Music, U.S. Latina/o and Latin American Studies; Caribbean aesthetics and criticism; race and ethnicity; and feminist theory