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|Franquiz, Maria||Curriculum and Instruction; Center for Mexican American Studies||Dr. Franquiz's research is based on ethnographic examination of language and literacy practices in K-12 classrooms.|
|Garcia, Myrna||Center for Mexican American Studies|
|Gonzalez, John||American Studies; Comparative Literature; English; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies||Latino/a literature, especially Chicano/a literature; late nineteenth-century US literature and culture; narrative theory; postcolonial theory; cultural studies.|
|Gonzalez-Lopez, Gloria||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies; Sociology||Gender and sexuality of Mexican and Mexican immigrant populations Dr. Gonzalez-Lopez's current research project is an in-depth sociological examination of incest and other forms of sexualized …|
|Guidotti-Hernandez, Nicole||Center for Mexican American Studies|
|Hinojosasmith, Romeo||English; Center for Mexican American Studies||American Literature, specializing in life and literature of the Southwest; Creative Writing|
|Leal, David||Government; Center for Mexican American Studies||Dr. Leal's primary academic interest is Latino politics. His goal is to understand how Latino individuals and communities shape – and are shaped by – politics in the United States. …|
|Madrid, Raul||Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies||Professor Madrid's current research focuses on the emergence of ethno-populist parties in the Andean nations. His book-in progress seeks to explain under what circumstances parties based in Latin …|
|Martinez, Anne||American Studies; History; Center for Mexican American Studies||Professor Martínez is interested in the role of religion in interactions between the United States and Mexico during and immediately after the Mexican Revolution, as well as Mexican migration …|
|Martinez, Monica||Center for Mexican American Studies|