Current Graduate Students

 

Erin Alvarez

Will Escalante

Jose Martinez

 

Felix Medina

BA English, California State University-Chico

MA English, California State University-Chico

Dissertation Topic: Culture as an Oppressive Toolin Jose Antonio Villarreal's "Pocho"

Joseph Moreno

BA History, California State University-Northridge

MA Chicano Studies, California State University-Northridge

Dissertation Topic: Chicano and Chicana Scholarship: The Foundation of Chicano Studies 1968-1980

 

Christian Ramirez

BA Sociology, University of Texas-Pan American

MA Sociology, University of Texas-Pan American

Diana Rivera

BA Racial and Ethnic Studies, Michigan State University

MA Library Science, University of Michigan

Research Interest: Chicano literature

Nora Salas

BA Social Science, University of Michigan

MSW Social Work, Michigan State University

Dissertation Topic: Intersections of Race and Gender in the Organizing of Chicanos during the 1970s in Michigan

Samuel Saldivar, III

BA English, Ohio State University

MA English, Ohio State University

Reserach Interest: Chicano/Latino Literature

Rochelle Trotter

BA Spanish, Arizona State University

Dissertation Topic: ¬°En Voz Alta! Mexico's Response to United States Imperialism 1821-1848

Antonio Vasquez

BA Political Science/International Studies, Texas Lutheran University

MA International Relations, St. Mary's University

Dissertation Topic: Mexican/Latino Migration and Settlement in the US South

Juan Vasquez

BA Sociology, St. Mary's University

M.Ed. Educational Administration, University of Texas-Austin

Dissertation Topic: From Migrant Life to Academia: Experiences/Perspectives that led to Becoming College Professors

Jose Villarreal

BA Sociology, University of Texas-Pan American

MA Sociology, Texas A&M University

Dissertation Topic: The Impact of Traditional Religion on Mexican Immigrants