Ramón A. Gutiérrez



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Ramón A. Gutiérrez


Preston & Sterling Morton Distinguished Service Professor of History and the College

University of Chicago

Department of History

1126 East 59th Street

Mail Box 118

Chicago, IL 60637-1554

Office Telephone: (773) 702-3286

Cell Phone: (312-613-1490)

Home Phone: (312-939-2298)

Email: rgutierrez@uchicago.edu


PERSONAL INFORMATION:

American Citizen


LANGUAGE TRAINING:

Spanish, Portuguese, Quechua, Latin


DEGREES:

Ph.D. History, 1980. University of Wisconsin, Madison

Major Fields: Latin America

Social Science Theory and Methodology

Archives and Record Management
M.A. History, 1975. University of Wisconsin, Madison

Major Field: Latin American History


B.A. Latin American History (major), Fine Arts (minor), 1973. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
ACADEMIC POSITIONS:

University of Chicago, 2007-present (Distinguished Service Professor)


UC-San Diego, La Jolla, Ca., 1982-2007 (assistant to professor IX)
Pomona College, Claremont, Ca., 1980-82 (assistant professor)
University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1979 (lecturer)
UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION:

University of Chicago, Director, Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture,

2008-2011
UC, San Diego, Associate Chancellor, 1996-1999

Chancellor’s chief of staff responsible for diversity policies, special campus initiatives (e.g., creation of a charter school and research institute on K-16 education), Academic Senate relations, and executive reviews


UC, San Diego, Department of Ethnic Studies, chair 1989-96

Founding chair of the Department of Ethnic Studies


UC, San Diego, Center for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, director 1989-2007

Founding director of a campus research center devoted to the study of immigrants, ethnicity and the racialization in the Americas


University of California System, Latino Research Institute (aka Committee on Latino Research), Director 1994-2000, member 1990-2004

A ten-campus research institute that conducts public policy oriented research on California’s Latino populations. Begun originally by legislative mandate, under my directorship the committee’s temporary budget was increased and make permanent, funding approximately $8 million in research during my tenure.


University of California Management Institute, Summer 1992
UC, San Diego, Chicano Studies Program, director 1984-88
ADMINISTRATION/SHARED GOVERNANCE:

University of Chicago, Council of the Senate, 2010-2013 (elected)


University of Chicago, College Council, 2008-09, 2010-2012, 2013-16 (elected)

Executive Committee of the Council, 2010-2012


University of California System, Academic Council, member 2003-04

The Academic Council is the executive committee of the University’s system-wide Academic Senate, which advises the President on all policies and procedures governing the University.


University of California System, Committee on Academic Personnel, Chair 2003-04,

Vice Chair 2002-03, member 2001-04

The University Committee on Academic Personnel (UCAP) advises the President on all aspects of academic personnel policy and procedures at the ten campuses of the University.
University of California System, UC, Merced Taskforce, 2002-2006

Committee appointed by President Richard Atkinson to plan the tenth campus of the University of California at Merced, design its divisions, create its curriculum and physical plant, and hire its first sixty faculty members.


UC, San Diego, Committee on Academic Personnel, Chair 2001-02, member 1999-02

The Committee on Academic Personnel (CAP) reviews and recommends action on all appointments, advancements, promotions, retentions, and merit and equity reviews. CAP reviews approximately 600 personnel files yearly, in engineering, oceanography, medical, biological, natural and social sciences, the humanities and arts, and management and international relations. The committee chair manages the flow of personnel reviews, prepares formal correspondence on all dockets, presents the committee’s recommendations to the campus chancellor, represents the campus at the system-wide committee on academic personnel, and explains all actions to individuals and the campus community.


UC, San Diego, Academic Senate Council, member 2001-04

The Academic Senate Council is the faculty senate’s executive committee. It coordinates the activities of all standing committees, formulates campus response to all system-wide initiatives and mandates, responded to any campus concern, and determines the agenda for meetings of the Representative Assembly.


U.S. PRESIDENTIAL AND FEDERAL APPOINTMENTS:

Blue Ribbon Panel on the Future of the Smithsonian, Smithsonian, 2001- 2002

Department of Energy, UC President’s Council on the National Labs, 1997-2002

Environmental Health and Safety Panel, 1997-2002

Laboratory and Information Security Panel, 2000-2002

National Endowment for the Humanities, National Council Member, 1994-2001

Education Committee, Chair 2000-01, member 1994-2001

Research and Fellowships Committee, 1994-2000



Department of the Interior, National Park Service Advisory Board Member, 1995-1999
AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS:

  • “Honorable Mention,” Sylvia Molloy Award in the Humanities, Latin American Studies Association, 2010 for “A History of Latina/o Sexualities,” in Marysol Asencio, ed., Latina/o Sexualities: Probing Powers, Passions, Practices and Policies

  • President's Award, American Culture Association/Popular Culture Association, for major contributions to the study of American Culture, 2005

  • Finalist, Alfred H. Barr Jr. Book Prize, College Art Association for contributions to The Road to Aztlán, 2002

  • Southwest Book Award, Border Regional Library Association for contributions to Nuevo México Profundo, 2002

  • Elected member, American Antiquarian Society (for distinction in the writing of Colonial American History), 1999

  • Elected fellow, Society of American Historians (for literary distinction in the writing of history and biography) 1998

  • Ray A. Billington Award, 1993, Best Article of the Year, Western History Association, for “Community, Patriarchy and Individualism: The Politics of Chicano History”

  • Howard Francis Cline Prize in Ethnohistory, 1993, Honorable Mention, Conference on Latin American History

  • Caroline Bancroft History Prize, 1992, Western History Dept., Denver Public Library

  • Herbert E. Bolton Prize, 1992, Best Book on Latin American History, AHA-Conference on Latin American History

  • Spain and America in the Quincentennary of the Discovery Prize, 1992, Embassy of Spain

  • Alan Sharlin Prize, Best Book in Social Science History, 1992, Social Science History Association

  • John Hope Franklin, Best Book in American Studies, 1992, American Stds. Association

  • Bryce Wood Book Award-First honorable mention, 1992, Latin American Stds. Assocation

  • Frederick Jackson Turner Prize, 1992, Best Book, Organization of American Historians

  • James A. Rawley Prize, 1992, Best Book on Race Relations, Organization of American Historians

  • Hubert Herring Prize, 1991 -- Best Book of the year in Latin American Studies, American Historical Ass. Pacific Coast Branch, Best book of the year

  • Conference Prize, 1986 (Best article on Latin America published in an English language journal awarded by the American Historical Association's Conference on Latin American History)

  • John D. and Catherine T. Mac Arthur Foundation Prize Fellowship, 1983-88

  • Hubert Herring Prize, 1981 (Best dissertation in Latin American Studies)

  • Reginald Fisher Prize, 1973 (Outstanding graduate in Latin American Studies, University of New Mexico)


FELLOWSHIPS:

  • Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Fellowship, 2012-13 (declined)

  • Los Angeles Times Distinguished Scholar Fellowship, The Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens, 2011-2012

  • Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Harvard University, 2008-09 (declined)

  • Rockefeller Fellowship, Center for Chicano Research, UCSB, Fall 2003

  • Smithsonian Summer Fellowship, 2000

  • Smithsonian Institution, Senior Fellowship, 2000-01 (declined)

  • Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities, senior scholar, 1993-94

  • UCLA Institute of American Cultures Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1993-94 (declined)

  • John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation Fellowship, 1993-94 (declined)

  • UC Humanities Research Institute Fellowship, 1993-94 (declined)

  • Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism Fellowship, 1993.

  • Rockefeller Postdoctoral Fellowship, Southwest Hispanic Research Institute, University of New Mexico, 1992-94

  • Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Fellowship, 1988-89.

  • School of American Research, Fellowship, 1985 (declined)

  • Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Fellowship, 1983-84

  • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship (FC20029), 1983-84

  • Andrew Mellon Foundation Fellowship, 1983-84

  • Social Science Research Council Post-doctoral Fellowship, 1983 (declined)

  • Haynes Foundation Summer Fellowship, 1981

  • Mexican Ministry of Foreign Relations Fellowship, 1977

  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellowship, 1977

  • Danforth Graduate Fellowship, 1974-80

  • Fulbright-Hayes Fellowship (Peru), 1973-74

  • NDEA Foreign Language Fellowship (Quechua), 1973

  • UNM Andean Study Center Scholarship, 1972


HONORS:

  • Professeur Missionnaire, Université Paris Diderot, Paris, France, September 7-26, 2012.

  • James Kirk Lecture on the History of Religion, University of Denver, April 11, 2012

  • Lincoln Memorial Lecture, Northern Illinois University, October 28, 2010

  • Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, University of Chicago, 2009

  • Robert G. Athearn Memorial Lecture, History Department, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2008

  • Induction, Hall of Honor, St. Pius X High School, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2008

  • Preston and Sterling Morton Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago (2008)

  • MacKay Lectures, Dalhousie University, 2007

  • Arthur L. Throckmorton Lecture, Lewis & Clark College, 2000

  • Phi Beta Kappa National Visiting Professor, 1997-98

  • Paul Anthony Brick Lecturer in Ethics and Religion, University of Missouri, 1997

  • UCSD Chancellor’s Associates Endowed Chair, 1995 to present

  • PNM Endowed Chair, Visiting Professorship, University of New Mexico, 1994

  • Hulbert Endowed Chair, The Colorado College, 1994-95 (declined)

  • Stella Jo Morrisett Memorial Lectures, University of Oklahoma, 1994

  • Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Wisconsin Alumni Assoc., 1993

  • Ena H. Thompson Distinguished Lectures, Pomona College, 1989


INSTITUTIONAL GRANTSMANSHIP:

Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture, 2012 ($10,000), 2014 ($10,000)

Urban Network, 2011 ($20,000)

Ford Foundation, 1999 ($310,000)

Rockefeller Foundation, 1998 ($250,000), 1989 ($28,000)

UC Committee on Latino Research, 1994-07 ($622,500)

UC-MEXUS, 1995 ($10,000)

University of California SCR43, 1991-94 ($140,000)

Mellon Foundation, 1991 ($100,000)

The American Express Foundation, 1989 ($128,000)



PUBLICATIONS (Selected)

MONOGRAPHS


Cuando Jesús llegó, las madres del maíz se fueron: Matrimonio, sexualidad y poder en Nuevo México, 1500-1846 (México: Fondo de la Cultura Económica, 1993).
When Jesus Came the Corn Mothers Went Away: Marriage, Sexuality and Power in New Mexico, 1500-1846 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1991).

EDITED, CO-AUTHORED, CO-EDITED VOLUMES


Guest Editor, “Race and Immigration in the American City: New Perspectives on 21st century Intergroup Relations,” Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, Vol. 9, No. 2 (2013).
Guest Editor, “Asian American Sexualities,” Ameriasia Journal, Vol. 37, No. 2 (2011).
Guest Editor, “Islam and Sexuality,” Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, Vol. 18, No. 2 (March 2012).
Guest Editor, “Race and Sexuality in American History” Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 20, No. 3 (September 2011).
Co-editor with Patricia Zavella, Mexicans in California: Emergent Challenges and Transformations (University of Illinois Press, 2009).
Guest Editor, “Latin American Sexualities,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 16, No. 3 (September 2007).
Co-editor with Richard Orsi, Contested Eden: California before the Gold Rush (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998).
Editor, Mexican Home Altars (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997).
Co-editor with Genevieve Fabre, Festivals and Celebrations in American Ethnic Communities (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995).
Co-editor with Genaro Padilla, Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage (Houston: Arte Público Press, 1993).
Co-editor with Ernest Cook, Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1993).

COLLECTIVELY AUTHORED BOOKS


Committee on Graduate Education of the American Historical Association, The Education of Historians for the Twenty-first Century (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2004).
The Drama of Diversity and Democracy: Higher Education and American Commitments (Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1995); new “Introduction,” 2012.
American Pluralism and the College Curriculum: Higher Education in a Diverse Democracy (Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1995).
Liberal Learning and the Arts of Connection for the New Academy (Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1995).

ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS


“The Spell of New Mexico: The Witches and Sorcerers of Colonial New Mexico,” in Roberto Cantu, ed., The Forked Juniper: Essays on Rudolfo Anaya and the Narratives of the U.S. Southwest (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, accept in press).
“Exploring the Colonial History of New Mexico Through Artifacts,” Studying Material Culture (Washington, D.C.: The Smithsonian Press, accept in press).
“Panethnicity and Reactive Identities: The Creation of Latinos in the United States,” in Joseph Rabb and María Herrera-Sobek, eds., Fissures, Fences, and Frontiers: Reconceptualizing Borders in the Americas (Berlin: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, accepted in press).
“Internal Colonialism,” in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism (accepted in press).
“The Missions of North and South America,” in Virginia Burnett, ed., The Cambridge History of Religion in Latin America (Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, in press).
“Una historia de las sexualidedes latinas,” in Marysol Asencio, ed. Poder, Pasión y Práctica: Las sexualidades latinas (Madrid: Psimática, accepted in press).
“A History of Ethnic Mexicans in the United States,” in Suzanne Obler and Deena González The Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States (New York: Oxford University Press, accepted in press).
“The Religious Origins of Reies López Tijerina’s Land Grant Activism in the Southwest,” in Howard Brick, ed., A New Insurgency: The Port Huron Statement in its Time (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015), pp. 289-300.

“Doña Teresa de Aguilera y Roche before the Inquisition: The Travails of a 17th Century Aristocratic Women in New Mexico,” in Thomas A. Foster, ed., Women in Early America (New York: New York University Press, 2015), pp. 7-42.

“Higher Education and Equity: Historical Narratives, Contemporary Debates,” Diversity & Democracy, Vol. 16, No. 2 (Spring 2013), pp. 4-7.
“Latinos, Race, and the U.S. Welfare State: Racializing Poverty and Poor Relief,” Du Bois Review 10:2 (2013), pp. 541-48.
“The Latino Crucible: Its Origins in 19th Century Wars, Revolutions, and Empire,” in American Latinos and the Making of the United States: A Theme Study (Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, 2013), pp. 1-16.
“Introduction -- Race and Immigration in the American City: New Perspectives on Twenty-First Century Intergroup Relations,” Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Fall 2012), pp. 3-7.
“New Mexico, Mestizaje and the Transnations of North America,” in John Tutino, ed., Mexico and Mexicans in the Making of the United States (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2012), pp 257-84.
New Introduction to The Drama of Diversity and Democracy: Higher Education and American Commitments (Washington, D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1995; reissued 2012).
“Introduction: Islam and Sexuality,” Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, Vol. 18, No. 2 (March 2012), pp. 155-59.
“Family and Kinship in the Spanish and Mexican Borderlands,” in David Wallace Adams and Crista De Luzio, eds., On the Borders of Love and Power: Family and Kinship in the Intercultural American West (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012), pp. 119-40.
“Mexican Masculinities,” in Victor Macias and Anne Rubenstein, Masculinity in Mexico’s Past (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2012), pp. 262-71.
“Introduction: Race and Sexuality in American History,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 20, No. 3, (September 2011), 439-44.
“Reactive Ethnic Formations and Panethnic Identities: The Creation of Latinos in the United States" in Karin Ikas and Francisco A. Lomelí eds., “Latinotopia-USA: International Perspectives on the Transforming USA in the 21st century/Latinotopia-USA: Perspective internationales sur les États-Unis en mutation au XXIe siècle,” La revue LISA/LISA e-journal (Caen, France, 2011) http://lisa.revues.org/index3917.html.
“Resisting Sexual Identities in Asia,” Ameriasia Journal, Vol. 37, No. 2 (2011): xi-xix.
“Gay Latino Cultural Citizenship: A Response to Horacio R. Ramírez,” in Michael Hams-García and Ernesto Javier Martínez, eds., Gay Latino/a Studies: A Critical Reader (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2011), pp. 198-203.
“Virtual Sex Ed: An Afterword,” Sexual Research and Social Policy, Vol. 8 (2011), pp. 73-6.

“New Frontiers of Race: Criminalities, Cultures, and Policing in the Global Era: An Afterword,” Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power (2010) 17: 714-717.


“Indian Slavery and the Birth of Genízaros,” in F. Richard Sánchez, ed., White Shell Water Place: Native American Reflections on the Santa Fe 400th Commemoration (Santa Fe, NM: Sandstone Press, 2010), pp. 39-57.

“Unraveling America’s Hispanic Past: Internal Stratification and Class Boundaries,” The Chicano Studies Reader (Los Angeles: University of California Press, 2010), pp. 371-387.


With Elliott Young, “Transnationalizing Borderlands History,” The Western Historical Quarterly, Vol. 41, No. 1 (2010), pp. 26-53
“The History of Latina and Latino Sexualities,” in Marysol Asencio, ed., Latina/o Sexualities: Probing Powers, Passions, Practices and Policies (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 2009), pp. 13-37.
“Hispanic Identities in the Southwestern United States,” in Ilona Katezw and Susan Deeds, eds., Race and Classification: The Case of Mexican America (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2009), pp. 174-93.
“Chicano Struggles for Racial Justice: The Movement’s Contributions to Social Theory,” in Gutiérrez and Zavella eds., Mexicans in California: Emergent Challenges and Transformations (Urbana, Il.: University of Illinois Press, 2009), pp. 94-110.
“The Natives Talk Back,” in Kurt Peters and Terry Straus, eds., Visions and Voices: American Indian Activism and the Civil Rights Movement (Brooklyn, NY: Albatross Press, 2009), pp. 100-03.
“George W. Bush and Mexican Immigration Policy,” Revue Française D’Études Américaines, No. 113 (September 2007), pp. 70-76.
“Women on Top: The Love Magic of the Indian Witches of New Mexico,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, Vol. 16, No. 3 (September 2007), pp. 373-390.
“Reflections on 1972,” Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, Vol. 32, No. 1 (Spring, 2007), pp. 183-190.
“Warfare, Homosexuality, and Gender Status Among American Indian Men in the Southwest,” in Tom A. Foster, ed., Long Before Stonewall: Histories of Same-Sex Sexuality in America, (New York: New York University Press, 2007), pp. 19-31.
“Aztlán,” in Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol, eds. Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006), pp. 71-73.

“Slavery,” in Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol, eds. Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006), pp. 684-86.


“Race and Color Consciousness,” in Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol, eds. Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006), pp. 603-07.

“The Chicano Movement,” in Vicki L. Ruiz and Virginia Sánchez Korrol, eds. Latinas in the United States: An Historical Encyclopedia (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006), pp. 151-55.


“Mexican-Origin People in the United States,” in Suzanne Oboler and Deena J. González, eds., The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005), Vol. 3, pp. 129-39.
“From Latin America to Harlem and the Barrios of L.A.: The Impact of Internal Colonialism Theory,” in Ada Savin, ed., Journey into Otherness (Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2005), pp. 157-167.
“Internal Colonialism: The History of a Theory,” Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Summer 2004), pp. 281-96.
“Hispanics and Latinos in the United States: Genealogies and Lineages,” in William Deverell, ed., Blackwell Companion to the History of the American West (New York: Blackwell, 2004), pp. 390-411.
“Charles Fletcher Lummis and the Orientalization of New Mexico,” in Francisco Lomeli, Victor Sorell and Genaro Padilla eds. Nuevomexicano Cultural Legacy: Forms, Agencies, and Discourse (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2002), pp. 11-27.
“Ethnic Mexicans in Historical and Social Science Scholarship,” in Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education, Second Edition (New York: Macmillan Publishing, 2003).
“Unraveling America’s Hispanic Past: Internal Stratification and Class Boundaries,” The Chicano Studies Reader (Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, 2001), pp. 371-387.
“What’s Love Got to Do With It”: A Response to Ann Stoler’s ‘Intimacies of Empire in North American History and (Post) Colonial Studies’ in Journal of American History (December 2001), pp. 1-4
“Selena Quintanilla Pérez,” in Ken Jackson, ed., The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2001), Vol. IV, pp. 503-505.
“The Pueblo Revolt and its Aftermath,” in Stanley N. Katz, John M. Murrin, and Douglas Greenberg, eds., Colonial America: Essays in Politics and Social Development, 5th edn. (Boston: McGraw Hill, 2001), pp. 419-30.
“Tell Me with Whom You Walk and I Will Tell You Who You Are: Honor and Virtue in Eighteenth-Century Colonial New Mexico,” in Matthew Basso, Laura McCall, and Dee Garceau, eds., Across the Great Divide: Cultures of Manhood in the American West (New York: Routledge, 2001), pp. 25-44.
“Mestizaje: Its History, Evolution and Legacy on the Road to Aztlán,” in The Road to Aztlán (Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2001), pp. 290-299.
“Sacred Retablos: Objects that Conjoin Time and Space, “ in Elizabeth Netto Calil Zarur and Charles Muir Lovell, eds., Art and Faith in Mexico: The Nineteenth-Century Tradition (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2001), pp. 31-37.
“Borderlands,” Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History (New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2001), Vol. 2. Pp. 541-50.
“Culture Knows No Borders,” in Nuevo México Profundo: Rituals of An Indo-Hispano Homeland (Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2000), pp. 133-141.
“Honor Ideology, Marriage Negotiation, and Class-Gender Domination in New Mexico, 1690-1846,” in Manuel and Cynthia Gonzales eds., En Aquel Entonces: Readings in Mexican American History (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000), pp. 14-21.
“Chicano History: Paradigm Shifts and Shifting Boundaries,” in Refugio I. Rochín and Dennis N. Valdés, eds., Voices of a New Chicana/o History (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2000), pp. 91-114.
“Franciscans and the Pueblo Revolt,” in David J. Weber, ed., What Caused the Pueblo Revolt of 1680? (Boston: Bedford, 1999), pp. 41-53.
“Hispanic Diaspora and Chicano Identity in the United States of America,” in V. T. Mudimbe, with Sabine Engel, eds., Diaspora and Immigration (special issue of The South Atlantic Quarterly) 98:1/2 (Winter/Spring 1999), pp. 203-216.
“Crucifixion, Slavery and Death: The Hermanos Penitentes of the Southwest,” in Valerie Matsumoto and Blake Allmendinger, eds., Over the Edge: Mapping the American West (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999), pp. 253-271.
Forward to Leonard Pitt, The Decline of the Californios: A Social History of the Spanish-Speaking Californians, 1846-1890 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998), vii-xii.
“Sacred Retablos: Objects that Conjoin Time and Space,” in Mexican Home Altars (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997), pp. 37-48.
“Response to David Schneider’s “The Power of Culture: Notes on Some Aspects of Gay and Lesbian Kinship in America Today,” Cultural Anthropology, Vol. 12, No. 2 (May 1997), pp. 270-74.
“Introduction to Elsie Clews Parsons, Pueblo Indian Religion,” (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1996), Vol. II.
“Honneur et Déshonneur dan les Rues du Barrio: Un Code D’ethique Moderne,” in Cultures de la Rue: Bes barrios d’Amérique du Nord, special issue of Cahiers Charles V, 20(Novembre 1996), pp. 119-135.
“The Hermanos Penitentes: Their Altars, Their History,” Spirit Magazine, 1995.
“The Politics of Scapegoating,” Boston Sunday Globe, April 14, 1996.
“The Pueblo Indian World in the Sixteenth Century,” in David G. Hackett, ed., Religion and American Culture (New York: Routledge, 1995), pp. 3-25.
“The Political Legacies of Columbus: Ethnic Identities in the United States,” University of Maryland, Department of Spanish and Portuguese Working Papers, #16 (1995).
“The Erotic Zone: Sexual Transgression on the U.S.-Mexican Border,” in Avery Gordon and Chris Newfield, eds., Mapping Multiculturalism (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996), pp. 253-63.
“Ethnic Studies: Its Evolution in American Colleges and Universities,” in David Theo Goldberg, ed., Multiculturalism: A Reader (New York: Basil Blackwell, 1995), pp. 157-167.
“Historical and Social Science Research on Mexican Americans,” in J.A. Banks and C. McGee Banks, eds., Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education (New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1995), pp. 203-22.
“El Santuario de Chimayo: A Syncretic Shrine in New Mexico,” in Festivals and Celebrations in American Ethnic Communities (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995), pp. 71-86.
“Community, Patriarchy and Individualism: The Politics of Chicano History,” The American Quarterly 45/1(March 1993), pp. 44-72. (RAY A. BILLINGTON AWARD WINNER)
“Decolonizing the Body: Kinship and the Nation,” American Archivist, 57(Winter 1994), pp. 86-100.
“Pueblos and Spanish in the Southwest,” in Carol Merchant, ed., Major Problems in American Environmental History, (Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath and Co, 1993), pp. 45-53.
“Cuando el Padre Jesús vino, la madre de maiz se fue: Conquista, religión y rebelión en el Nuevo México colonial,” in María de Jesús Buxó Rey and Tomás Calvo Buezas, eds., Culturas hispanas en los Estados Unidos de América (Madrid: Ediciones de Cultura Hispánas, 1990), pp. 105-124.
"The Politics of Theatre in Colonial New Mexico: Drama and the Rhetoric of Conquest," in María Herrera-Sobek, ed., Reconstructing a Chicano/a Literary Heritage: Hispanic Colonial Literature of the United States (Tucson: University of Arizona Press), pp. 50-67.
“Sexual Mores and Behavior: The Spanish Borderlands,” in Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (New York: Scribner's, 1993), Vol, II, pp. 700-710.
"Church and State: The Spanish Borderlands," in Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (New York: Scribner's, 1993), Vol III, pp. 520-528.
"Settlements in the Spanish Borderlands Southwestern," in Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (New York: Scribner's, 1993), Vol. I, pp. 113-124.
"Interracial Societies in the Spanish Borderlands," in Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (New York: Scribner's, 1993), Vol II, pp. 163-168.
"Detribalized and Manumitted Indians," in Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (New York: Scribner's, 1993), Vol. II, pp. 155-162.
"Family Structures: The Spanish Borderlands," in Encyclopedia of the North American Colonies (New York: Scribner's, 1993), Vol. II, pp. 672-682.
"The Pre-Columbian Southwest and Southeast United States," in Carol Anne Stiglmeier, ed., Latinos in the Making of the United States of America: Yesterday, Today, and Tomarrow (Albany, N.Y.: The State Education Department, 1993), Vol. I, pp. 57-64.
"The Colonial World: The Southern Part of the United States," in Carol Anne Stiglmeier, ed., Latinos in the Making of the United States of America: Yesterday, Today, and Tomarrow (Albany, N.Y.: The State Education Department, 1993), Vol. III, pp. 561-580.
"Post-Colonial Worlds: The Southern Part of the United States," in Carol Anne Stiglmeier, ed., Latinos in the Making of the United States of America: Yesterday, Today, and Tomarrow (Albany, N.Y.: The State Education Department, 1993), Vol. II, pp. 1-8.
“Nationalism and Literary Production: The Hispanic and Chicano Experiences,” in Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage (Houston: Arte Publico Press, 1993), pp. 241-252.
“The UCLA Bibliographic Survey of Mexican-American Literary Culture, 1821-1945: An Overview,” in Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage (Houston: Arte Publico Press, 1993), pp. 241-252.
“Lusting for Power: Richard Rodriguez and the Political Language of White Men,” in Renate von Bardeleben, ed., Gender, Self and Society: Proceedings of the IV International Conference on the Hispanic Cultures of the United States (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1993), pp. 383-393.
"The Franciscan Century in New Mexico," John L. Kessell and Rick Kendricks, eds., The Spanish Missions of New Mexico (New York: Garland, 1991), vol. 18, pp. 436-96.
"Aztlán, Montezuma, and New Mexico: The Political Uses of American Indian Mythology," in Rudolfo A. Anaya and Francisco Lomelí, eds., Aztlan: Essays on the Chicano Homeland (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1989), pp. 172-190.
"El drama de la conquista de Nuevo México," Gestos: Teoría y práctica del teatro hispánico 8(November 1989), pp. 73-86.
"Ethnic and Class Boundaries in America's Hispanic Past," in Suecheng Chan, ed., intersections: Studies in Ethnicity, Gender, and Inequality (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989), pp. 47-63.
"Marriage and Seduction in Colonial New Mexico," in Adelaida del Castillo ed., Between Borders: Essays on Mexicana/Chicana History (Encino, Ca.: Floricanto Press, 1990), pp. 447-57.
"Honor Ideology, Marriage Negotiation, and Class-Gender Domination in New Mexico, 1690-1846," reprinted in Clyde A. Milner, ed., Major Problems in the History of the American West (Lexington, Ma.: D. C. Heath, 1989).
"Unraveling America's Hispanic Past: Internal Stratification and Class Boundaries," Aztlán 17/1 (1986), pp. 79-101.
"Honor Ideology, Marriage Negotiation, and Class-Gender Domination in New Mexico, 1690-1846," Latin American Perspectives 44(Winter 1985), pp. 81-104 (CONFERENCE PRIZE WINNER, 1986).
"From Honor to Love: Transformation of the Meaning of Sexuality in Colonial New Mexico," in Raymond T. Smith, ed., Interpreting Kinship Ideology and Practice in Latin America (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1984), pp. 237-63.

"El Problema Chicano," Historia 16 2(June 1977), pp. 104-109.



WORK IN PROGRESS -- BOOK PROJECT

The Fire of the Ire of God: The Religious and Political Thought of Reies López Tijerina and the Origins of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement



TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

History Dept., University of Chicago, 2007 to present

Courses: Colonial Latin American Civilization, Immigration and Assimilation in American life, Latino Histories and Destinies, Mobilities: Methodologies, Circulation, Regulation, Religion in the Americas
Ethnic Studies Dept., University of California, San Diego, 1989 to 2007

Courses: Race and Ethnicity in American Life, The Dimensions of Culture, Identity Politics in the Americas, Diversity in Human Cultures, Seminar on Chicano/Latino Studies, Methods for the Study of Ethnic and Racial Communities.


History Dept., University of California--San Diego La Jolla, California, 1982-2007

(1989 moved to Ethnic Studies to begin that department)

Courses: Religious Systems in the Americas, Colonial Mexico, Indian-White Relations in the Americas, Comparative American Indian History, Race and Ethnicity in American Life: Native Americans and Latinos, Social and Economic History of the Southwest, Chicano History, Colonial Latin America, Mexican Immigration, Family History, Historical Methods, The Dimensions of Culture.
Pomona College, Claremont, California, 1980-82

Courses: Colonial and Modern Latin America, Chicano History, Mexican Immigration, Mexican History, Sex and Revolution.


University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin

Lecturer, 1979

Courses: Modern Latin America

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO -- Bachelor of Arts Senior Essay Advisor


Rebecca Cusack, 2007

Angel Ochoa, 2008

Daniel Morales, 2008

Luis Lara, 2008

Adrian Florido, 2008

Shreya Mukherji, 2009

Janay C. Daniel, 2009

Bria Mathews, 2010

Mark Redmond, 2010

Chelsea Johnson, 2010

Dalay Ferrar, 2010

Hannah Otalora-Fadner, 2010

Craig Johnson, 2011

Ian Morrow, 2011

Alice Gregson, 2014

Jaime Sanchez, 2014

Anna Tam, 2014

Beca Baca, 2014

Brittany Ramos-Janeway, 2014

Jennifer Standish, 2014


UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO – MA Thesis Advisor

Joe Rice (MAPSS), 2011

Fabiana Casanova (MAPSS), 2011

Guadalupe Pérez (MAPSS), 2011

Drew Patterson (MAPSS), 2011

Katja Schatte (MAPSS), 2011

Rawdon Berquist (MAPSS), 2011

Enrique Davila (MAPSS), 2012

Luke Brinker (MAPSS), 2013

Miller Wright (MAPSS), 2013

Ben O’Brien Jalowsky (MAPSS), 2014

Zuzanna Marciniak (MAPSS), 2014

Ksenia Victorovna Konkina (MAPSS), 2014
DISSERTATION COMMITTEES (Students’ current posts)

Vincent C. De Baca, 1991 (History, Metro State College, Denver)

Martin Padget, 1993 (History, Aberdene University)

Kimberly Dillon, 1993 (Literature)

James Green, 1996 (History, Brown University)

Pete Sigal, 1997 (History, Duke University)

Jeffrey Nevin, 1998 (Music, Southwest College, Chula Vista, Ca)

Joseph Masco, 1999 (Anthropology, University of Chicago)

Gregory Rodriguez, 1999 (History, University of Arizona)

Terry Allison, 2000 (Literature/Dean, California State U- Los Angeles)

Linda Heidenreich, 2000 (History, Washington State University, Pullman)

Barbara Reyes, 2000 (History, University of New Mexico)

Luis Murillo, 2002 (Religious Studies, Trinity University)

Paula Seniors, 2003 (Black Studies, College of New Jersey)

Demian Pritchard, 2003 (English, Southern Connecticut State University)

Michael H. Truong, 2004 (Literature, University of California, Merced)

Sandra Angeleri, 2005 (Anthropology, University of Venezuela)

May Chuan Fu, 2005 (Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University)

Lilia Fernandez, 2005 (History, Ohio State University)

Cecilia Rivas, 2007 (Latino/a Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz)

Pablo Ben, 2008 (History, San Diego State University)

Laurencio Sanguino, (History, U Pennsylvania)

Daniel Webb, ABD (History, U Chicago)

Chad J. Alvarez, ABD (History, U Chicago)

María Balandran-Castillo, ABD (History, U Chicago)

Ariana Guerrero, ABD (History, U Chicago)

Minyong Lee, ABD (History, U Chicago)

Enrique Dávila, ABD (History, U Chicago)

Filiberto Chavez, ABD (History, U Chicago)

Francisco Najera, ABD (History, U Chicago)



POST DOCTORAL FELLOWS

Antonia Castañeda, 1992 (History, St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas)

Ernesto Chavez, 1993 (History, University of Texas, El Paso)

Melissa Bokovoy, 1996 (History, University of New Mexico)

Leti Volpp, 1999 (Boalt School of Law, University of California)

Natalia Molina, 2000 (Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego)

Moon-Ky Jung, 2000 (Sociology, University of Illinois, Champagne-Urbana)

Jonathan Inda, 2000 (Chicano/a Studies, University of California, Sta. Barbara)

Manuel Fernández-Alemany, 2002 (Anthropology, University of Southern California)

Michiko Hase, 2002 (American Studies, University of Minnesota)

Raquel Rubio-Goldschmidt, 2003 (History, University of Arizona)

Gilberto Rosas, 2008 (Anthropology, University of Illinois)

Nell Gabiam, 2009 (Anthropology, Iowa State University)

Jimmy Patiño, 2012 (History, University of Minnesota)


UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE SERVICE

University of Chicago

Provost’s Diversity Council, 2015-2017

President’s Committee on the University’s 125th Anniversary, 2015-16

Council of the Senate, 2010-2013

University Committee for the 500th Convocation, 2009

College Council, 2008-09, 2010-12, 2013-2016

Committee of the College Council, 2010-2012

Provost’s Graduate Teaching Committee, 2008-09

Graduate Roles, Responsibilities, and Evaluation Committee, Chair, 2008-09

Provost’s Career Enhancement Postdoctoral Selection Committee, 2008-11

Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture,

Fellowship Selection Committee, Chair, 2007-09

Director, 2008-2011

Executive Board, 2012-013

Karla Scherer Center for the Study of American Culture, Faculty Board, 2008- 2013

Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory, Faculty Associate, 2007-08

Center for Latin American Studies, Advisory Committee, 2007-present

Fulbright Selection Committee, 2007, 2010, 2011

Center for Gender Studies, Advisory Committee, 2007-present

Curriculum Committee, member 2007-08

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Project, chair 2008-09

Hormel Dissertation Fellowship Selection Committee, 2009


University of Chicago History Department

20th Century US History Search Committee, 2014-15

Promotion to Full Professor Review Committee, chair 2013

Tenure Review Committee, 2010-11, 2012-13

American History Search, 2010-11

Prizes and Fellowships, chair, 2007-2011

Executive Committee, 2007-11

Placement and Teaching Committee, 2007-08, chair 2008-11

Asian American History Search, vice chair, 2008-09
Office of the President, University of California System

Taskforce on Cesar Chavez Research Center, 2001-07

Special Faculty Task force on Educational Equity (formed UC Accord), 1998-99

California Policy Research Institute, Advisory Board, 1995-2007

SCR43 Advisory Committee, 1992-1994

President’s Postdoctoral Minority Fellowship Selection Committee, 1992


University of California System, Academic Senate

UC Academic Assembly, 2003-2004

UC Academic Council, 2003-2004

UC Committee on Academic Personnel, Chair 2003-04, Vice Chair 2002-2003

UC Taskforce on the Future of Professor Step VI, 2003-04

UC-Merced Taskforce, 2002-2006

University of California Press Board, 1993-96
University of California, San Diego Academic Senate Committees

Committee on Academic Personnel, 2000-02; chair 2001-02

Committee on Committees, 1993-96

Graduate Council, 1992-94

Representative Assembly Delegate, 1992-94, 1999-04

Third College Representative, Academic Council, 1990-93

Ad Hoc Affirmative Action Committee, School of Medicine 1993

Privilege and Tenure Hearing Officer, 1987-88


University of California, San Diego Administrative Committees

California Cultures in Comparative Perspective, Steering Committee, 2001-2004

School of Medicine Diversity Task Force, 1998-99

Dean of the School of Medicine Review Committee, 1998-99

CREATE Governing Board, 1998-2003 (founded Preuss Charter School)

CREATE Director Search Committee, 1998-99

UCSD Diversity Council, 1996-97

K-12 Outreach Task Force, 1997

Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Search Committee, 1996

Dean of Social Sciences Search Committee, 1995

Building Advisory Committee, 1992-93

Teacher Education Program Advisory Committee, 1991-92

Thurgood Marshall College Curricular Reform Committee, 1991-92

Religious Studies Program Advisory Committee, 1990-2007

Urban Studies Program Advisory Committee, 1990-2007

Social Science Dean’s Review Committee, 1991-92

Chancellor's Affirmative Action Staff Advisory Subcommittee, 1987-88

Chicano Studies Social Science Search Committee, 1985-88, chair 1986-88

Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, member, 1985-2007

UC-MEXUS, campus review panel, 1986-88

Education Abroad Program, Spanish language competence interviews, 1986-88
Ethnic Studies Department at UC, San Diego

Founding Department chair, 1989-1996

Department Vice Chair, 1996-2000

Graduate Admissions Committee, 1996-2000 (began Ph.D. program in 1995), 2004-05

Department Seminar Committee, chair 1992-07

Search Committees: Comparative Gender Stds (2001-02), Cultural Stds (2004- 05), Comparative Gender Stds (2005-06)


History Department at UC, San Diego (before starting Ethnic Stds.)

Search Committees (1982-83) 19th Century US Cultural History, (1985-86) Afro- American History, (1987-88) 17th Century European History

Affirmative Action Liaison to Graduate Council, 1987-88

Minority Student Summer Enrichment Program, staff, 1985

Faculty mentor, Faculty/Minority Student Mentor Program, 1986, 1989, 1990, 2004, 2005
GOVERNING BOARDS:

University of California Center for New Racial Studies, Advisory Board, UC,

Santa Barbara, California, 2012-2014.

Consortium on High Academic Performance, Advisory Board, 2002-present

Association of American Colleges & Universities, Board of Directors, 2009-13

Ellis Island Foundation/National Immigration History Museum, History Advisory

Committee, 2007-2011

California Council for the Humanities, Member, 1994-95, 2001-04

UC, San Diego Civic Collaborative, Advisory Board, 2000-2005

University of California Humanities Research Institute, Board of Governors, 2000-05,

Advisory Committee, 1996-00

American Council on Learned Societies, Executive Committee of Delegates, 2000-03

Editorial Committee, 2001-present

American Studies Association

Nominating Committee, 1993-96,

Executive Board, 1998-2001

Organization of American Historians

Executive Council, 2009-2012

Ray Billington Book Prize Committee, Chair, 2004-07

Executive Council, 1998-2001,

Program Committee, Chair 1996

Committee on the Status of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Historians and Histories, 2013-2016

Stanford Humanities Center, Advisory Board, 1994-2000

Association of American Colleges and Universities

“American Commitments Project” 1993-98

National Association of Community Colleges

“Bridging Cultures to Form a Nation: Difference, Community, and Democratic Thinking,” National Advisory Board, 2011-13.

Law and Society Association

Lifetime Achievement Award Committee, 2002-07

Board of Trustees, 1992-95

Program Committee 1995

American Historical Association

Committee on the Future of Graduate Education, 1999-2004

Committee on Committees, 1993-96,

Museum of Photographic Arts, Trustee, 1989-92

UC, San Diego, Chicano/Latino Faculty Association, President, 1991-92

University of California Chicano/Latino Faculty Association

Co-chair, 2002-2007

Treasurer, 1991-92

National Museum of American History, Advisory Committee, 1989- to present

Recursos de Santa Fe, Executive Board, 1985-87

Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, Governing Board, 1981-84.


EDITORIAL BOARDS:

Ethnic Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Culture, Race, and Ethnicity, 2005- present

American National Biography (ACLS), 2002-2012

Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies, 2000-03, 2005-present

Ethnoscapes: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Race and Ethnicity in the Global Context, 2006-present

Journal of the History of Sexuality, 1993-96; editorial board, 2008- present (associate editor)

Early American Places Book Series, Mellon Foundation Project of New York University Press, the University of Georgia Press, and the Northern Illinois University Press, 2009 2012

OAH Magazine of History, 2009-2012

Encyclopedia of Racism in the United States, 2002-2006

Journal of Latinos and Education, 2000-2006

GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 1995-2003

University of California Press Board, 1993-96


GRANT/FELLOWSHIP REFEREE (Selected): Gates Millennium Scholars Program, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Prize Fellows Selection Committee, Stanford Humanities Institute, California Policy Seminar, The National Endowment for the Humanities, Tinker Foundation, UC-MEXUS, National Research Council, Ford Foundation Minority Fellowships, American Council of Learned Societies, California Council for the Humanities, UC President’s Postdoctoral Minority Fellowships, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.
JOURNAL REFEREE (Selected): Journal of the Early Republic, Signs, Aztlán, American Historical Review, Western Historical Quarterly, Journal of American History, American Ethnologist, The Americas, Frontiers, Anthropological Quarterly, Ethnohistory, Journal of Latin American Anthropology, Current Anthropology, Journal of Colonial Latin American History, Ecumene: A Journal of Cultural Geographies.
MANUSCRIPT REFEREE (Selected): Polity Press, Routledge, Harvard University Press, Cornell University Press, University of North Carolina Press, University of California Press, Smithsonian Institution Press, Stanford University Press, University of New Mexico Press, University of Oklahoma Press, Dutton, Scribner’s, University of Wisconsin Press, Temple University Press, University of Nebraska Press, The Johns Hopkins University Press, University of Texas Press, University of Chicago Press, Blackwell, Palgrave, University of Arizona Press.
PRIZE REFEREE: Alexis de Tocqueville Prize Committee, American Historical Association, 1983; Albert J. Beveridge Prize Committee, American Historical Association, member 1988, chair 1989, 1990; Conference of Latin American History Conference Prize Committee, 1988; John H. Dunning Prize Committee, American Historical Association, member 1988, chair 1989-92; Clarence Haring Prize, American Historical Association, 1991; Ralph Henry Gabriel Prize Committee, American Studies Association, 1992, Bryce Woods Book Prize Committee, Latin American Studies Association, 1994, Bolton-Kinnard Prize Committee of the Western History Association, 1994-96, chair 1996, Huggins-Quarles Award, Org. of Am. Historians, 2000, Kalven Prize for Distinguished Service in Law and Society, 2001-2007; Ray Allen Billington Prize Committee, Org. of American Historians, chair, 2005-07; American Historical Association’s John Boswell Book Prize, chair, 2006-07; Association of American Colleges & Universities Ness Book Prize Committee, 2010-13
CONSULTANT (Selected): Center for Land Grant Studies, Santa Fe, New Mexico (expert witness on colonial Spanish land grant law in New Mexico); Equal Justice Institute, Cambridge, Massachusetts (Mexican Immigration and Political Asylum cases); National Museum of American History, the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (Southwest Indian Cultures for a Columbian Expedition Exhibit); California Historical Society (consultant for a photograph exhibit on Mexican Immigration); Planned Parenthood Federation of America, New York, New York (Hispanic attitudes toward sexuality); National Institute for Mental Health, Washington, D.C. (Fostering AIDS awareness in the Hispanic Community); International Center, the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (historical consultant for the Carlos Fuentes television series, The Buried Mirror); Chariot Productions, Denver, Colorado (historical consultant for a film on New Mexican folklore); Arte Público Press (Restoring the Hispanic Literary Heritage of the United States); Children's Television Workshop, New York, New York (Sesame Street Advisor on race relations and American Indian cultures).







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