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. Rafael’s work focuses on immigration, migration, and the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.
  • World language and mathematics secondary educator, innovator, and life-long learner