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|Ainslie, Ricardo||Educational Psychology; Center for Mexican American Studies||The study of psychoanalysis and cultural experience through such topics as the psychological experience of immigration, ethnic conflicts within communities, and the relationship between individual and …|
|Beltran, Mary||Center for Mexican American Studies; Radio-Television-Film; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Latina/o media studies, mixed race and media culture, “post-racial” media trends, feminist media studies, celebrity studies, U.S. television and film history|
|Berg, Charles||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies; Radio-Television-Film||Latino images in film; Mexican cinema; visual culture; film studies; film theory and criticism|
|Cabello De Martinez, Cris||Center for Mexican American Studies; College of Pharmacy; Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish for specialized areas: Pre-med; Pharmacy. Children's Literature: Spain and Latin America. Mariology|
|Casares, Oscar||English; Center for Mexican American Studies||Creative writing|
|Colomina-Alminana, Juan||Center for Mexican American Studies; Philosophy||Philosophy of Language Linguistic Anthropology Bilingualism Philosophy of Mind and Consciousness Cognition: Intensional and Inductive Logic Philosophy of Science Metaphysics (specially Time) Points …|
|Cordova, Cary||American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies|
|Cox, James||English; Center for Mexican American Studies||Twentieth and twenty-first century Native American literature, especially novels; Native American literary theory; twentieth and twenty-first century ethnic American literatures, including Chicana/o …|
|Cucher, Michael||Center for Mexican American Studies|
|Flores, Richard||Anthropology; Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies||Folklore and Expressive Culture of Greater Mexico; Anthropology of Symbols; Anthropology of Religion; Anthropology and History; and Critical Theory; International Education and Curriculum Development; …|