Associate Professor — Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Phone: 512-471-0021
- Office: CMA 6.126
Mary Beltrán is an Assistant Professor of Radio-Television-Film, specializing in critical race studies and television and film studies. She also is a faculty affiliate of UT's Center for Mexican American Studies and Center for Women’s and Gender Studies. She joined the RTF faculty in Fall 2011 after having served as an Assistant and Associate Professor of Communication Arts and Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies at the University of Wisconsin for eight years.
WGS 393 • Latina Feminisms And Media
W 200pm-500pm CMA 6.172
(also listed as
MAS 392 )
This graduate seminar surveys Chicana and Latina feminist scholarship, activism, and creative expression, with an emphasis on media production. We will explore the rise and development of Latina feminisms and activism in relation to the Chicana/o, Puerto Rican, and U.S. women’s movements and in relation to historical and social contexts for women and girls of Mexican American and other U.S. Latina heritage. The last half of the course will survey scholarship on Latina participation and representation in mediated popular culture and strategies of resistance enacted through Latina film and media production.