Profiles in "Chicano/a Studies" Expertise Area

  • Vargas has taught courses in photography, silkscreen, Spanish language, culture, and literature.
  • Concetta Bondi holds a Masters degree in Spanish from McGill University, Canada and completed her PhD in Chicanx Studies at Arizona State University.
  • Carrillo's work looks at the role of agency in historically marginalized communities, with a particular focus on Latinx students. He co-hosts the podcast Block Chronicles (BC).
  • Rafael Martínez is an assistant professor of Southwest Borderlands in the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts' Faculty of Interdisciplinary Humanities and Communication. Rafael’s work focuses on immigration, migration, the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.
  • World language and mathematics secondary educator, innovator, and life-long learner