Directory of Feminist Scholars at UNM

Please note, publications are selected rather than comprehensive:

Alemán, Jesse.
Professor, English. Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1999., 277-3209.
Research Interests: 19th-Cent. American and Mexican-American literatures, gender and cross-dressing studies, contemporary Chicana/o literatures, the Mexican-American war (1846-48).
"1848 and the Expansion of the American Literary Imagination: the Pulp Fiction of the Mexican-American War"
"The Woman in Battle: The Narrative of Loreta Janets Velazquez, Cuban Woman and Confederate Soldier."
"Novelizing National Discourses: History, Romance and Law in The Squatter and the Don." Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage, vol III. Ed. Maria Herrera-Sobek, et al. Houston: Arte Publico, 2000.
"Historical Amnesia and the Vanishing Mestiza: The Problem of Race in The Squatter and the Don and Ramona." Aztlán, 27:1 (2002).

Andre, Laura M.
Assistant Professor, Art & Art History. PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002., 277-5861
Research Interests: History of Photography, Visual Culture, Contemporary Art, Queer Theory
Far Out: Picturing Lunar Desire & Space-Age Loss, Duke University Press, forthcoming.
Defying Gravity: Contemporary Art & Flight, North Carolina Museum of Art & Prestel, 2003.

Axelrod, Melissa.
Associate Professor and Regents' Lecturer, Linguistics. Ph.D., University of Colorado, 1990., 277-6353
Research Interests: Indigenous language revitalization and documentation, narratives, women and literacy, discourse analysis, semantics, grammar.
Dictionary of Jicarilla Apache. UNM Press. Anticipated Fall 2006. (NSF-funded)
Dictionary and Electronic Archive of Nambé Pueblo history and language. (NSF-funded)
Narratives of the Grupo de Mujeres por la Paz, Nebaj, El Quiche, Guatemala. (NSF-funded)
Phone, Wilhelmina, Maureen Olson, and Matilda Martinez. Abáachi Mizaa Láo Ilkee' Shijai: Dictionary of Jicarilla Apache. Edited by Melissa Axelrod, Jule Gómez de García, and Jordan Lachler. With Sean Burke. UNM Press. Forthcoming
Gómez de García, J., M. Axelrod, and J. Lachler. "English is the Dead Language: Native Perspectives on Bilingualism." In Margaret Field and Paul Kroskrity (Eds.), Native American Language Ideologies: Language Beliefs, Practices, and Struggles in Indian Country. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. 2005.
Axelrod, M. The Semantics of Time: Aspectual Categorization in Koyukon Athabaskan. Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. In cooperation with the American Indian Studies Research Institute, Indiana University. 1993. 199 pp.

Baackmann, Susanne.
Associate Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures. Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, 1993., 277-3206
Research Interests: 20th century literature and culture (German, European), Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Post World War II Literature, Holocaust, Memory Culture, National Identity, Gender and Sexuality
Book Project : "Memories of War--War of Memories. The Performance of Memory in German Postwar Culture."
"Die Politik der Erinnerung: Grete Weil und Christa Wolf-und deren Transpositionen des kulturellen Gedächtnisses," Peter Pabisch (ed.), Patentlösung oder Zankapfel, Berlin/Frankfurt/New York: Peter Lang, 2005. pp.143-162.
"Kinder als Zeugen der Geschichte in Filmen über den Holocaust: Peppermint Frieden, Auf Wiedersehn, Kinder, Das Leben ist schön und Nirgendwo in Afrika,", Ciffre 2000. Neue Paradigmen der Gegenwartsliteratur, Ulrike Vedder and Corinna Caduff (eds.), Paderborn: Fink Verlag, 2005. pp. 107-121.
Reconfiguring the Witness of the Holocaust. The Child as a Lieu de Mémoire in Marianne Rosenbaum's Film Peppermint Frieden," Seminar 40:1 (February 2004), pp.19-34.
Erklär mir Liebe. Weibliche Schreibweisen von Liebe in der Gegenwartsliteratur (Explain Love to Me: How Women Write Love in Contemporary German Literature), Hamburg, Berlin: Argument Verlag, 1995.
Conquering Women. Women, War and the German Cultural Imagination. Co-edited with Hilary Collier Sy-Quia. Berkeley: IAS Press, UC Berkeley, 2000.
"Configurations of Myth, Memory and Mourning in Grete Weil's Meine Schwester Antione." German Quarterly 73:3 (Summer 2000).

Baca, Dorothy.
Associate Professor, Theatre & Dance. M.F.A., University of California at Los Angeles, 1978., 277-4104
Research Interests: History of women's fashion with focus on undergarments, the decorated body and how different cultures adorn their bodies for rites of passage.
Spanish colonial clothing-Southwestern history of clothing.

Barnet-Sanchez, Holly.
Associate Professor, Art & Art History. Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles.
Research Interests: Chicana feminist art, gender construction in Chicana and Mexicana visual arts and its relation to literary traditions.
"Transformations: The Art of Ester Hernandez." Curated exhibition and authored catalogue. San Jose Center for the Arts. 1998.
"Adelita: Recordando a las Soldaderas." Curated exhibition. The Mexican Museum, San Francisco. 1991.

Bennahum, Judith.
Distinguished Professor Emerita, Theatre and Dance. Ph.D., University of New Mexico in Romance Languages, 1981.
Research Interests: Dance history, Ballet during the French Revolution,
Feminism and Dance, Antony Tudor, One of the greatest choreographers of the 20th century, Fashion and ballet.
Forthcoming:  René Blum and the Ballets Russes:  In Search of a Lost Life, Oxford University Press, 2011.
Teaching Dance Studies, editor, published by Routledge Fall 2005, 252 pp.
The Lure of Perfection:  The Culture of Fashion and Ballet, 1780-1830. (2001) 334 pp. published by Routledge, published fall, 2004.
The Living Dance: An Anthology of Essays on Movement and Culture. Editor, Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt, 2003, 282pp.
The Ballets of Antony Tudor:  Studies in Psyche and Satire. New York, London:  Oxford University Press, 1994, 311 pp.
Dance in the Shadow of the Guillotine. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1988, 209 pp.
Four Women, performed at Rodey Theatre, UNM
Medea. Video distributed by Dance of Princeton Books, 2000

Binder, Melissa.
Associate Professor, Economics. Ph.D., Colombia University, 1995., 277-3548
Research Interests: Family economics in Latin America and the United States, working mothers, the economics of education.
"The Motherhood Wage Penalty Revisited: Experience, Heterogeneity, Work Effort and Work-Schedule Flexibility." With Deborah J. Anderson and Kate Krause.
Binder, Melissa, Kate Krause, Janie Chermak, Jennifer Thacher and Julia Gilroy. F2010. “Gender Pay Differences for the Same Work: Evidence from a United States Public University.” Feminist Economics (forthcoming).
Binder, Melissa, Janie Chermak, Julia Gilroy, Kate Krause and Jennifer Thacher. 2007. "Faculty Compensation at UNM: Is the Reward System Equitable?" Special Report to the Provost.
Anderson, Deborah J., Melissa Binder and Kate Krause. 2003. “The Motherhood Wage Penalty Revisited: Experience, Heterogeneity, Work Effort and Work-Schedule Flexibility.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 56(2): 273-94.Anderson, Deborah J., Melissa Binder and Kate Krause. 2002. “The Motherhood Wage Penalty: Which Mothers Pay It and Why?” American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 92(2): 354-358.
"The Motherhood Wage Penalty: Which Mothers Pay It and Why?" American Economic Review, forthcoming May 2002.

Bokovoy, Melissa.
Associate Professor, History. Ph.D., Indiana University.
Research Interests: Modern Eastern Europe, WWI and WWII, gender and nationalism.
Peasants and Communists. University of Pittsburgh, 1998.
State-Society Relations in Yugoslavia, 1945-1992. St. Martin's Press, 1997.

Broidy, Lisa.
Assistant Professor, Sociology. Ph.D., Washington State University, 1997., 277-2002
Research Interests: Gender and crime/deviance.
"NIJ Grant: Understanding the Female Offender."
"Depressed Girls and Violent Boys: Similar Childhood Trajectories of Disruptive Behavior and Divergent Adolescent Outcomes," with D.S. Nagin and R.E. Tremblay.
"A Devleopmental Framework or Studying the Desistance Process," with E. Cauffman.
"General Strain Theory and Sex Differences in Deviant Outcomes: An Empirical Test."
"An Emperical Test of General Strain Theory." Criminology. 39. 2001.
"Gender and crime: A general strain theory perspective." with Robert Agnew. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 34. 1997.
"Explaining Female Offending," with Darrell Steffensmeier. In Women, Crime and Criminal Justice: Contemporary Issues. Lynne Goodstein, ed. Los Angeles: Roxbury Press, 2001.
"Developmental trajectories of childhood disruptive behavior disorders and adolescent delinquency: A six-site, cross-national study." With D.S. Nagin, et al. Devleopmental Psychology. Forthcoming 2002.
"Sex Differences in Empathy and its Relation to Juvenile Offending." With E. Cauffman, D. Espelage, A. Piquero and P. Mazerolle. Journal of Criminal Justice. Forthcoming.
"A Cluster Analytic Investigation of MMPI profiles of serious male and female juvenile offenders." With E. Cauffman, D. Espelage, P. Mazerolle, A. Piquero and H. Steiner. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Forthcoming.

Cheek, Pamela.
Associate Professor of French, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures; Program in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, Coordinator. Ph.D., Stanford University, 1994, 277-3810
Research Interests: History of sexuality, colonial and postcolonial theory, the European Enlightenment
Works-in-Progress: A study of the dynamics of story migration
Sexual Antipodes: Enlightenment Globalization and the Placing of Sex (Stanford UP, 2003)

Cobb, Amanda.
Associate Professor, American Studies. Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, 1997., 277-6358
Research Interests:Native American Studies: identity, sovereignty and self-determination, education, representation, contemporary literature; language and culture.
"The Real Washington Redskins: The Native Circle of Activists, Washington DC, 1965-1975."
Focus on the work of Comanche activist LaDonna Harris
Listening to our Grandmothers' Stories: The Bloomfield Academy for Chickasaw Females, 1852-1949. University of Nebraska Press, 2000. American Book Award Winner, North American Indian Prose Award Winner.

Cramer, Janet.
Associate Professor, Communication and Journalism. Ph.D., Minnesota, 1999., 277-0095
Research Interests:
Gender and communication; History and sociology of media; cultural studies and environmental communication.
Food asCcommunication/Communication as Food. New York: Peter Lang Publishing. Forthcoming, 2011.
Media/History/Society: Cultural and Intellectual Traditions of U. S. Media. Boston, MA: Wiley Blackwell Publishers, Inc.. 2009.
“Tim Gunn’s guide to patriarchy: Gender, fashion, and heteronormativity.” Journal of Communication Inquiry (forthcoming 2010).
“Baudrillard and our destiny with the natural world: Fatal strategies and environmental communication.” (with Karen A. Foss) Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 3(1), (2009).
“Discourses of sexual morality in Sex and the City and Queer as Folk.” The Journal of Popular Culture 40 (3), 409-432 (2007).
"Woman as Citizen: Race, Class and the Discourse of Women's Citizenship, 1894-1905." Journalism and Mass Communication Monographs, 165, March 1998.

Crown, Patricia.
Professor, Anthropology. Ph.D., University of Arizona.
Research Interests: Southwestern Archeology; archaeological approaches to gender; ceramic analysis; materials analysis.

Cyrino, Monica Silveira.
Professor of Classics, Foreign Languages and Literatures. Ph.D., Yale University, 1992.
Research Interests: Sexuality in ancient Greece and Rome; Greek and Latin erotic poetry; Greco-Roman mythology; Classics and popular culture, especially film.
Aphrodite. Routledge, 2010.
A Journey through Greek Mythology. Kendall-Hunt, 2008.
Rome, Season 1: History Makes Television (ed.) Oxford & Malden, 2008.
Big Screen Rome. Oxford & Malden, 2005.
In Pandora's Jar: Lovesickness in Early Greek Poetry. Lanham, 1995.
A selection of recently published essays can be found on her website:

Damico, Helen.
Professor, English. Ph.D., NY University, 1980., 277-7448 or 277-2252 (Institute for Medieval Studies)
Research Interests: Old English and Old Icelandic language and literature, Medieval literature, Women in medieval literature.
"Juliana: The Saint in Trouble"
"'O Serpent under femynynytee': A search for the source of the allusion"
Beowulf's Queens and the politics of eleventh century England.
Beowulf's Waltheow and the Valkyrie Tradition. University of Wisconsin Press, 1984.
New Readings on Women in Old English Literature: An Anthology of Cricical Articles. Indiana University Press, 1990.
Women in Old English, Medieval England: An Encyclopedia, 1989.
Women in Eddic Poetry, Medieval Scandanavia: An Encyclopedia, 1993.
Sörlaþattr, Medieval Scandanavia: An Encyclopedia, 1993.

Denetdale, Jennifer Nez
Assistant professor, History. Ph.D. in History, Northern Arizona University, 1999., 277-4138
Research Interests: Native American women, Women in the U.S. West, Native American and Navajo history
"A Study of the Navajo Past: The Legacies of Chief Manuelito and Juanita, 1868 to the Present" [book manuscript]
"Chairmen, Presidents, and Princesses: The Navajo Nation, Gender, and the Politics of Tradition," accepted for publication in Wicazo Sa Review (forthcoming Winter 2006)
"Discontinuities, Remembrances, and Cultural Survival: The Bosque Redondo Memorial to the Navajo Long Walk," article will be submitted to New Mexico Historical Review, forthcoming Spring 2006
"Representing Changing Woman: A Review Essay on Navajo Women," American Indian Culture and Research Journal vol. 25, no. 3 (2001): 1-26
Review essay of Swept Under the Rug: A Hidden History of Navajo Weaving by Kathy M'Closkey and Navajo Saddle Blankets: Textiles to Ride in the American West edited by Lane Coulter, New Mexico Historical Review 78:4 (Fall 2003): 471-79
"Planting Seeds of Ideas and Raising Doubts About What We Believe: A Conversation With Vine Deloria, Jr.," Journal of Social Archaeology 4:2 (June 2004): 131-146
"`One of the Queenliest Women in Dignity, Grace, and Character I Have Ever Met': Navajo Women and Photography Portrayals of Juanita, 1868-1902," New Mexico Historical Review (Summer 2004): 289-318.

Donovan, Leslie A.
Associate Professor, University Honors Program. Ph.D., University of Washington, 1993., 277-4313
Research Interests:Women Saints' Lives, Old English Literature, Tolkien Studies, Medieval Women, Celtic Studies, Old Norse/Icelandic Literature
The Old English Lives of Eufrosina and Eugenia: A Critical Edition of Two Female Transvestite Saints in Their Anglo-Saxon Contexts, a book-length manuscript;
Approaches to Teaching J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings and Other Works, Editor of volume in the MLA Approaches to Teaching World Literature Series.
Publications (Selected):
Women Saints' Lives in Old English Prose. Library of Medieval Women Series. Oxford: Boydell and Brewer, 1999.
"The Valkyrie Reflex in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings: Galadriel, Shelob, Éowyn, and Arwen." In Tolkien The Medievalist. Ed.Jane Chance. New York: Routledge, 2002. Pp. 106-32.
"Jesters Freed from their Jack-in-the-Boxes: Or Springing Creativity Loose from Traditionally Entrenched Honors Students," Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council 2.2 (Fall/Winter 2001): 93-103.

Duran, Bonnie.
Assistant Professor, Family and Community Medicine. Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, 1997., 272-4173
Research Interests: Women's mental health, mental illness risk factors, intimate partner violence, child abuse and neglect, outcomes of racial and gender oppression.
"NIMH Study of Women's Risk and Protective Factors for Mental Disorders for Native American and Latina Women"

Foss, Karen A.
Professor, Communication and Journalism. Ph.D., University of Iowa, 1976., 379-0450
Research Interests:Rhetorical theory and criticism; feminist perspectives in communication;
contemporary social movements; paradigms of social change.
Textbook on gender and communication.
Sonja K. Foss and Karen A. Foss. “Constricted and Constructed Potentiality: An Inquiry into Paradigms of Change.” To be published in Western States Communication Journal, 75(2), 2011.
Stephen W. Littlejohn and Karen A. Foss. Theories of Human Communication. Long View, IL: Waveland, 2010.
Karen A. Foss, Belle A. Edson, and Jennifer A. Linde. “What’s in a Name? Negotiating Marital Name Choices.” Casing Interpersonal Communication: Case Studies in Personal and Social Relationships. Ed. Dawn O. Braithwaite and Julia T. Wood. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 2010, pp. 3-8.
Charlotte Kroløkke, Karen A. Foss, and Jennifer Sandoval. “The Commodification of Motherhood: Surrogacy as a Matter of Choice.” Contemplating Maternity in the Era of Choice: Exploration into Discourses of Reproduction. Ed. Lynn O’Brien Hallstein and Sara Hayden. Lanham, MD:Lexington Books, 2010, pp. 95-114.
Janet M. Cramer and Karen J. Foss. “Baudrillard and Our Destiny with the Natural World: Fatal Strategies for Environmental Communication.” Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, 3 (November 2009), 1-19.
Sonja K. Foss and Karen A. Foss. “Our Journey to Repowered Feminism: Expanding the Feminist Toolbox.” Women’s Studies in Communication, 32(Spring 2009), 36-62.
Stephen W. Littlejohn and Karen A. Foss, eds. Encyclopedia of Communication Theory. 2 vols. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2009.
Karen A. Foss “Harvey Milk and the Queer Rhetorical Situation: A Rhetoric of Contradiction.” Queering Public Address: Sexualities in American Historical Discourse. Ed. Charles Morris. Columbia: University of SouthCarolina Press, 2007, pp. 72-94.

Gauderman, Kimberly.
Associate Professor, History Department; Director of Latin American Studies. Ph.D. from UCLA, 1998., 277-2451
Research Interests: early Latin America, women's history, ethnohistory, gender and sexuality, economic and legal history
Women's Lives in Colonial Quito: Gender, Law, and Economy in Spanish America, University of Texas Press, 2003.
"A Loom of Her Own: Women and Textiles in Seventeenth-Century Quito," Colonial Latin American Review, June 2004.
"Father Fiction: A Comparison of English, Spanish and Andean Gender Norms," UCLA Historical Journal ( Special Issue: Indigenous Writing in the Spanish Indies), vol. 12 (1992), 122-151.
Book Chapter: " The Authority of Gender: Marital Discord and Social Order in Colonial Quito." In New World Orders: Violence, Sanction, and Authority in the Colonial Americas, ed. John Smolenski and Thomas J. Humphrey, Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2005 (71-91).

Herrera, Brian.
Assistant Professor, Theater and Dance. Ph.D., Yale University
Research Interests:
"I Was a Teenaged Fabulist: The dark play of Adolescent Sexuality in U.S. Drama." Modern Drama, Vol. 53, no. 3 (Fall 2010): 332-349.
Guest Editor (with Henry Bial), Special Section - "As Seen On Television," Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism. Vol 24, no. 2 (Spring 2010): 91-168.
Contributing Editor, POINTS - The Official Blog of the Alcohol and Drugs History Society (2011-).
"How Harvey Milk Recruited Me," The Gay and Lesbian Review (March-April 2009): 24.
"Acting with My Hair" in Hair Pieces, Cary Tennis, ed. (San Francisco: Cary Tennis Books, 2009): 25-29.

Hood, Jacqueline.
Professor, Management. Ph.D., University of Colorado., 277-7279
Research Interests: Gender issues of management, organizational culture and diversity; small
business and entrepreneurship.

Houston, Gail Turley.
Associate Professor, English. Ph.D., UCLA, 1990., 277-9118
Research Interests: 19th-century British Gothic novel, 19th-century British women writers,
Charles Dickens and gender/class, Queen Victoria, Phoebe Anna Traquair.
"Gothic Economies: The Tale of Terror and Nineteenth-Century Capitalism."
"Phoebe Anna Traquair and the Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Scottish
Renaissance in Arts and Letters."
Royalties: The Queen and Victorian Writers. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1999. Victorian Literature and Culture Series.
Consuming Fictions: Gender, Class and Hunger in Dickens' Novels. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
"Courting Lady Audley: Mary Braddon's Commentaries on the Legal Secrets of Audley Court." Beyond Sensation: Mary Elizabeth Braddon in Context. Eds. Pamela Gilbert and Marlene Tromp. SUNY, 1999.
"Reading and Writing Victoria: The Conduct Book and the Legal Constituion of Female Sovereignty." Queen Victoria and the Making of Victorian Cultures. Eds. Margaret Homans and Adrienne Munich. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
"Feminist Theory" and "Psychoanalytic Theory" in The Critical Experience: Reading, Writing and Criticism. Ed. David Cowles. Kendall-Hunt, 1994.
"Gender Construction and the Kunstlerroman: David Copperfield and Aurora Leigh." Philological Quarterly 72.2 (Spring 1993): 213-36.

Hunt, Aeron
Assistant Professor, Department of English. Ph.D., University of Chicago 2005., 277-6230
Research Interests: Victorian literature and culture, economics and literature, gender studies, Victorian popular culture
Works-in-Progress: "Personal Business: Character and Commerce in Victorian Literature and Culture" (manuscript)
Publications: "Calculations and Concealments: The Discourse of Infanticide in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Britain," Victorian Literature and Culture (Forthcoming Spring 2006)

Hutchison, Elizabeth Quay.
Associate Professor, History. Ph.D., UC-Berkeley, 1995., 277-2266.
Research Interests: gender and sexuality; modern Latin America; Southern Cone; labor;
Research on Chilean domestic service in the 20th century-migration, unionization, gender and sexuality in labor relations, ethnic and class relations.
Labors Appropriate to Their Sex: Gender, Labor and Politics in Urban Chile, 1900-1930. Duke University Press, 2001.
"From La mujer esclava to la mujer limón: Anarchism and the Politics of Sexuality in Chile, 1901-1926." Hispanic American Historical Review, 2001.
Disciplina y desacato: Construcción de identidad en Chile, siglos XIX y XX. Co-edited with Lorena Godoy, Karin Rosemblatt and Soledad Zárate. Ediciones SUR and Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo de la Mujer (CEDEM), Santiago, Chile, 1995.
"'El fruto envenenado del árbol capitalista': Women Workers and the Prostitution of Labor in Urban Chile, 1896-1925." Journal of Women's History, 9, 131-150, 1998
"La historia detrás de las cifras: La evolución del censo Chileno y la representación del trabajo femenino, 1895-1930," In El género en historia, Anne Pérotin-Dumon, ed. [on line], Universidad Católica, Santiago, Chile, 2000, available from
"El Feminismo en el movimiento obrero Chileno: La emancipación de la mujer en la prensa obrera feminista, 1905-1908." Proposiciones 21, 50-64, December 1992.

Kerlee, Ime
Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, Women Studies. Ph.D., Emory University.
Research interests: Global Feminisms, Women and Migration, LACS, Queer Theory and Popular Culture, Dominican Republic
Publications: Are All the Women Still White? Globalizing Women's Studies (forthcoming).
"Decentering Whiteness: Global Films and the WS Classroom" in Simmet, G. Ed. Citizens of the World (Duke University
Press, 2006).
"Report from Panama: Diasporic Dualities and the Search for a Feminist Self" in Women's Studies (Emory, 2002).

Kolchevska, Natasha.
Associate Professor of Russian, Foreign Languages and Literatures. Director: Russian Studies. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Research Interests: 20th Century Russian women writers; autobiography; feminism in Russia; prison camp literature.

Krause, Kate.
Associate Professor, Economics. Ph.D., Wisconsin, 1996, J.D. Stanford 1981., 277-3429
Research Interests:Gender equity; water consumption and arid region sustainability, risk-taking and other economic behaviors; access to higher education; Childcare industry
The Cost of Childcare in New Mexico
Women in STEM disciplines
Higher Ed retention among low-income students
Water consumption in Albuquerque
Publications related to Gender Equity:
"The Motherhood Gap Revisited: Experience, Heterogeneity, Work Effort and Work-Schedule Flexibility."
With Deborah J. Anderson and Melissa Binder. Industrial Labor Relations Review 56(2): 273-94 (2003)
"The Motherhood Wage Penalty: Which Mothers Pay It and Why?" with Deborah J. Anderson and Melissa Binder. American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 92(2): 354-58 (2002)
"Gender Pay Differences for the Same Work: Evidence from a United States Public University" with Melissa Binder, Janie Chermak, Jennifer Thacher and Julia Gilroy. Forthcoming, Feminist Economics.

Lampela, Laurel
Professor, Art Education Program. Ph.D., 1990, Ohio State University, 277-5519
Research Interests: Quality instruction in visual arts education that includes information relating to the understanding of lesbian, gay, and bisexual content in artists' works and their lives; Preparing art teachers who can instruct a culturally diverse population in the complex issues of gender and sexual identity; Researching the lives and work of historical and contemporary lesbian artists; Creative research related to the construction of hybrid realities in the form of digital collages and solar gravuere etchings.
Lampela, L. (2011). A practical guide to supplement the teaching of secondary art methods. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
Lampela, L., & Check, E., (Eds.). (2003). From our voices: Art educators and artists speak out about Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered issues. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
Lampela, L. (2010). Expressing Lesbian and queer identity in the works of three contemporary artists of New Mexico. Instructional Resources, Art Education, 63(1), 25-32.
Lampela, L. (2007). Including Lesbian and gay s in art curricula: The art of Jeanne Mammen. Visual Arts Research, 33(1), Issue 64, 34-43.
Lampela, L. (2007). Marked difference. The Journal of LGBT Youth, 5(1), 5-14.
Lampela, L. (2006). Portrait of a Lesbian couple. The Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education, 2(3), 87-90.

Lamphere, Louise.
Professor, Anthropology. Ph.D., Harvard University.
Research Interests: women and work; Southwest; Navajo women; US immigration and women's lives; Medicaid and welfare reform.
Situated Lives: Gender and Culture in Everyday Life. Co-edited with Helena Ragone and Patricia Zavella. Routledge Press, 1997.
Newcomers in the Workplace: Immigrants and the Restructuring of the U.S. Economy. Co-edited with Guillermo Grenier. Temple University Press, 1994.
Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory. Co-authored with Patricia Zavella, Felipe Gonzales and Peter B. Evans. Cornell University Press, 1993.
Structuring Diversity: Ethnographic Perspectives on the New Immigration. Editor. University of Chicago Press. 1993.
From Working Daughters to Working Mothers: Immigrant Women in a New England Industrial Community. Cornell University Press, 1987.
Woman, Culture and Society. Co-edited with Michelle Zimbalist Rosaldo. Stanford University Press. 1974.
To Run After Them: The Social and Cultural Bases of Cooperation in a Navajo Community. University of Arizona Press, 1967.

Lancaster, Jane.
Professor, Anthropology. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Research Interests: reproductive biology and behavior of women; women's life histories incross-cultural and historical perspective.
Offspring Abuse and Neglect: Biosocial Dimensions. Co-edited with R. Gelles. Aldine, 1987.
Parenting Across the Life-Span: Biosocial Dimensions. Co-edited with J. Altmann, A. Rossi, and L. Sherrod. Aldine, 1987, 2011.
School-Age Pregnancy and Parenthood: Biosocial Dimensions. Co-edited with B. Hamburg. Aldine, 1986 2008
Teen Motherhood in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Karen L. Kramer and Jane B. Lancaster. Annals of Human Biology, 37(5):613-628, 2010.
The Endocrinology of the Human Adaptive Complex. Jane B. Lancaster and Hillard S. Kaplan. P. T. Ellison and P. G. Gray, Eds.
Endocrinology of Social Relationships. Cambridge, MA: Harvard U P, 2009, pp. 95-119.
“Embodied Capital and Human Evolution.” J. B. Lancaster and H. Kaplan. Human Evolutionary Biology, M. Muehlenbein, Ed. Cambridge: Cambridge U P, 2010, pp. 439-456.

Learn, Cheryl Demerath.
Professor Emerita. Ph.D., University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, 1993., 277-9119
Research Interests: Women's health (especially older women), history of women in health care in New Mexico, especially in nursing.
Works-in-Progress: Oral history project with the UNM Health Sciences Library focusing on
nurses in New Mexico. Funded by the Feminist Research Institute.
Older Women's Experiences of Spirituality: Crafting the Quilt. New York: Garland Press, 1996.
"The Quilt of Spirituality: Older Women's Experiences." The Emergence of the 21st Century Woman, P. Munhall and R. Fitzsimmons, eds. New York: National League for Nursing, 1995.
"Health Practices of Adult Hispanic Women." With Patricia Higgins. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 25:5 (1999).
"Appraising the Menopause Web." AWHONN Lifelines. 2:4 (1998).
"Harmonizing Herbs." AWHONN Lifelines. 3:2 (1999).
Quarterly columns on research methodologies used in nursing for Beginnings: The Official Newsletter of the American Holistic Nurses' Association. (ongoing)

Lopez, Kimberle.
Associate Professor, Spanish & Portuguese. Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley.
Research Interests: Spanish and American literature; 19th and 20th century novel; gender issues.

Lopez, Nancy.
Assistant Professor, Sociology. Ph.D., City University of New York., 277-3101
Research Interests: Race/ethnicity, youth gender, education, Latino/Carribean studies.
Experiencing Race-Gender: Education and Second-Generation Dominicans, West-Indians and Haitians in New York City. Book manuscript, Routledge, forthcoming.
"Disentangling Race-Gender Experiences at Work: Second-Generation Carribean Young Adults," Gender and U.S. Immigration: Contemporary Trends. Pierrette Hondaganeu-Sotelo, editor. University of California Press, forthcoming.
"Race-Gender High School Lessons: Second-Generation Dominicans in New York City," Second Generation Young Adults in New York City. John Mollenkopf, et al, editors. Russell Sage Foundation, forthcoming.
"Race-Gender Experiences & Schooling: Second-Generation Dominican, West-Indian and Haitian Youth in New York City." Race, Ethnicity and Education, 5:1 (March 2002).
"Re-writing Race and Gender High School Lessons: Second-Generation Dominicans in New York City," Teacher's College Record, forthcoming.
"Interrupting the Race-Gender Gap in Education for Latinos in Massachusetts." The Gastón Institute Research Briefing. Summer 2001, 1:1. Reprinted in The Mauricio Gastón Institute Report. Summer 2001.
"Yola and Gender: Dominican Women's Unregulated Migration." With Ramona Hernández. Dominican Studies: Resources and Research Questions. Dominican Research Monographs, The CUNY Dominican Studies Institute, 1997.
"Yola and Gender: Dominican Women's Unregulated Migration." With Ramona Hernández. Documents of Dissidence: Selected Writings by Dominican Women. Daisy Cocco de Filippis, editor. New York: Dominican Studies Institute, City University of New York, 2000.
"The Latest Edition of the Welfare Queen Story: An Analysis of the Role of Dominican Immigrants in the New York City Political-Economic Culture." With Ginetta Candelario. Phoebe: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Feminist Scholarship, Theory and Aesthetics. 7.1 (Spring/Fall 1995).

Lopez-Chavez, Celia.
Associate Professor, University Honors Program. Ph.D., Universidad de Sevilla (Spain).
Research Interests: Latin American and Spanish history and literature; women and
gender issues in different cultures with interdisciplinary perspectives; teaching strategies in seminars on women's issues.

Martínez, Estella A.
Associate Professor, Family Studies. Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1984., 277-8932
Research Interests: Mexican-American/Chicano/Hispanic families across the life span.

McFarlane, Deborah R.
Professor, Department of Political Science. Doctor of Public Health, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, 1983.
Research Interests: Reproductive Health, Politics related to Abortion, Family Planning and Population
"From Consensus to Controvery: The Politics of U.S. Population Policy"
The Politics of Fertility Control: Family Planning and Abortion Policies in the American States ( with Kenneth Meier), 2001. Congressional Quarterly Press

McKnight, Kathryn J.
Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Ph.D., Stanford University, 1992., 277-3924
Research Interests: Colonial Latin American Literature, religious women writers, Afro-Hispanic archival narratives of the 16th-17th centuries
“Limón diverso: Narraciones de identidad y cimarronaje del Palenque del Limón en Cartagena de Indias (1634).” Estudios coloniales latinoamericanos en el siglo XXI:
Nuevos itinerarios. Ed. Stephanie Kirk. Pittsburgh: Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, 2011.
The Mystic of Tunja: The Writings of Madre Castillo, 1671-1742. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1997.
"Blasphemy as Resistance: An Afro-Mexican Slave Woman before the Mexican Inquisition." Women in the Inquisition. Spain and the New World. Ed. Mary Giles. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.

“‘En su tierra lo aprendió’: An African Curandero’s Defense before the Cartagena Inquisition.” Colonial Latin American Review 12.1 (2003): 63-84.
“The Diabolical Pacts of Slavery. The Stories of Two Mulatto Slaves before the Inquisition in New Spain.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 37 (2003): 509-36.
Editor, special issue of the Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 5.3 (2004).
“Confronted Rituals: Spanish Colonial and Angolan ‘Maroon’ Executions in Cartagena de Indias (1634).” special issue of the Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, 5.3 (2004). 53 paragraphs.
“Gendered Declarations: Three Enslaved Women Testify before Cartagena Officials (1634).” Colonial Latin American Historical Review 12.4 (2003) (published in 2006).
“The House of Trials and the Trials of Masters-Level Research.” Approaches to Teaching Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. Ed. Emilie L. Bergmann and Stacey Schlau. New York: MLA, 2007. 161-69.
“Colonial Religiosity: Convents, Nuns, Witches, and Heretics.” A Companion to Latin American Literature and Culture. Ed. Sara Castro-Klaren. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008. 197-209.
Afro-Latino Voices: Documentary Narratives from the Early Modern Iberian World. Co-editors Kathryn Joy McKnight and Leo Garofalo. Cambridge, MA: Hackett, 2009.
“Elder, Slave, and Soldier: Maroon Voices from the Palenque del Limón, 1534.” Afro-Latino Voices: Documentary Narratives from the Early Modern Iberian World. Co-editors Kathryn Joy McKnight and Leo Garofalo. Cambridge, MA: Hackett, 2009. 64-81.

Massmann, Ann
Associate Professor & SW Studies Librarian. MLIS, University of Texas at Austin, 1990., 277-8370
Research Interests: cross-cultural identity; library preservation and special collections.
"Loyalty Questioned: Nuevomexicanos in the Great War," "Documenting Chicana/o Grassroots Activism in the Southwest," and "Anneliese's Ashes: A Memoir."
"Adelina 'Nina' Otero-Warren: A Spanish-American Cultural Broker." The Journal of the Southwest 42 (Winter 2000), 877-896.
"The Wood Shelving Dilemma." Library Resources & Technical Services 44 (October 2000), 209-213.
"Recollections of the Daughter of Pioneers: The Memoirs of Clara Huning Fergusson," New Mexico Historical Review 74 (January 1999), 29-53.
"Native American & Chicano Video and Film: Toward a New Model for Collection Development in Academic Libraries," Advances in Collection Development and Resource Management, vol. 2 (1996), 207-222.

Milleret, Margo.
Associate Professor, Spanish & Portuguese. Ph.D., University of Texas-Austin, 1986., 277-8613.
Research Interests: Latin-American theatre, women dramatists, gender and performance,
gender and language, Brazilian culture.
monograph on women's dramaturgy in Latin America from 1960's-present.
Study of "Teen Talk Barbie" dolls speaking English and Brazilian Portuguese.
"Staging Sex and the Mid-life Woman in Mariela Romer's Experando al italiano." Revista de estudios hispánicos, 34. 2000.
"Girls Growing Up, Cultural Norms Breaking Down in Two Plays by Josefina López." Gestos, 26. 1998.
"O perigo no palco: as mulheres, a velhice e a sexualidade." Passo e compasso: nos ritmos do envelhecer. Ed. Maria José Barbosa. Forthcoming from Editora da PUC-Rio Grande do Sul.
"Daughters versus Mothers on Latin American Stages." Todo ese fuego: Homenaje a Merlin Forester. Eds Mara L. García and Doug Weatherford. Mexico: Universidad Autónoma de Tlaxcala. 1999.
"Acting Radical: The Dramaturgy of Consuelo de Castro." Latin American Women Dramatists: Theatre, Texts, and Theories. Eds Margarita Vargas and Cathy Larson. Bloomington: University of Indiana Press. 1998.

Montoya, Margaret.
Professor, School of Law. J.D., Harvard Law School.
Research Interests: identity formation, border theory; clinical legal practice and affirmative
action within the Latina experience.

Muller, Helen Juliette.
Professor, Organizational Studies, Anderson School of Management. Ph.D., University of Southern California.
Research Interests: cross-cultural and cross-national research on organizations and management, especially women in management and leadership; organizational dynamics.

Nihlen, Ann.
Associate Professor and Regent's Lecturer, Language, Literacy and Sociocultural Studies. Ph.D., University of New Mexico.
Research Interests: interaction of gender, race, and social class in education, teacher research, qualitative research in education.
Studying Your Own School, Corwin Press, 1994, new edition due 2006.

Norwood, Vera.
Professor, American Studies. Ph.D., University of New Mexico.
Research Interests: environmental studies, gender studies.
Made from This Earth: American Women and Nature. University of North Carolina, 1993.
The Desert is No Lady: Southwestern Landscapes in Women's Writing and Art. Yale University, 1987.

Obermeier, Anita.
Professor, English. Ph.D., Arizona State University, 1992., 277-2930.
Research Interests: Authorship studies, feminist approaches, intertextualities, medievalism, mystics, saints' lives, translation criticism, and medieval medicine
Seed, Sex, Superiority: Medieval Concepts of Fertility and Sterility.
"Of Monarchies and Movies: Fertility and Sterility Issues in Braveheart and The Mists of Avalon."
"The Middle Ages: Not the Witch 'Burning Times'" for Medieval Misconceptions. Eds. Bryon Grigsby and Steve Harris.
The History and Anatomy of Auctorial Self-Criticism in the European Middle Ages. Editions Rodopi's Series "Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft." Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi, 1999, especially chapter 10.
"Joachim's Infertility in the St. Anne's Legend" in Chaucer and the Challenges of Medievalism: Studies in Honor of Henry Ansgar Kelly. Eds. Donka Minkova and Theresa Tinkle. Bern: Peter Lang, 2003. 289-307.
"The Privileging of Visio over Vox in the Mystical Experiences of Hildegard of Bingen and Joan of Arc." (with Rebecca Kennison) Mystics Quarterly 23:3 (1997): 137-67.
The Clan of the Cave Bear. Masterplots II: Juvenile and Young Adult Literature, Supplement. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press, 1997. 241-3.
"Faludi, Susan." Cyclopedia of World Authors, Revised Third Edition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press, 1997. 657.
"Navarre, Marguerite de." Cyclopedia of World Authors, Revised Third Edition. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press, 1997. 1354-5.
"Isabella's Great Start." Women's International Network (WIN), Nov. 2000: (an article on water birth and midwifery in the US). Journal is now defunct. Article available at:

Rebolledo, Tey Diana.
Distinguished Professor, Spanish and Portuguese. Ph.D., University of Arizona.
Research Interests: women in the Southwest; Chicana literature; Latin American poetry; popular culture; Hispana oral history; Latin America women writers.
The Chronicles of Panchita Villa and Other Guerrilleras. Austin: University of Texas Press. 2005.
Women's Tales from the New Mexico WPA: La Diabla a Pie. Co-edited with Teresa Marquez. Ouston: Arte Publico Press, 2000.
Women Singing in the Snow: A Cultural Analysis of Chicana Literature. University of Arizona Press, 1995.
Infinite Divisions: An Anthology of Chicana Literature. Co-edited with Eliana S. Rivero. University of Arizona Press, 1993.
Nuestras Mujeres: Hispanas in New Mexico, Their Images and Their Lives, 1582-1992. Editor. Academia/El Norte Publications, 1992.
Las Mujeres Hablan: An Anthology of Nuevo Mexicana Writers. Co-edited with Erlinda Gonzales-Berry and Teresa Marquez. Academia/El Norte Publications, 1988.
"Nuestras Mujeres." Traveling Photographic Show. Maxwell Museum, 1992; New Mexico State Fair, 1993; Albuquerque Museum, 1997.

Reyes, Bárbara O.
Associate Professor, History. Ph.D., University of California-San Diego, 2000., 277-4133
Research Interests: Chicana/o History, History of the Southwest, Gender and Transnational Studies, 20th Century Immigration, Race and Culture Theory
Private Women, Public Lives: Gender and the Missions of the Californias. University of Texas Press, 2009.
"Race, Agency, and Memory in a Baja California Mission" in Continental Crossroads, coedited by Sam Truett and Elliott Young, Duke University Press, 2004.
Nineteenth Century CalifornioTestimonials, Co-Editors: Rosaura Sánchez, Beatrice Pita, Bárbara Reyes. Special Edition CRITICA: A Journal of Critical Essays, Monograph Series, UCSD, Spring 1994
"From Mythologizing the Tragedy to Parodying the Myth: Two Representations of the Mexican Revolution." CRITICA: A Journal of Critical Essays, Special Edition on Chicano/a Cultural Studies. UCSD, Spring 1998.

Robin, Diana.
Professor Emerita, Foreign Languages and Literatures. Ph.D., University of Iowa.
Research Interests: feminism and Renaissance humanism; women in antiquity; feminist
theory; postmodern critical theory; cultural studies; autobiographical theory.
Redirecting the Gaze : Gender, Theory, and Cinema in the Third World. Co-edited with Ira Jaffe. State University of New York, 1999.
Collected letters of a Renaissance Feminist. University of Chicago Press, 1997.
Filelfo in Milan: Writings, 1451-1477. Princeton University Press, 1991.

Ross, Lia
Programmer/Analyst III- CIRT and Part-time faculty, History Department. Ph. D. History, University of New Mexico, 2004., 277-2471.
Research Interests: 15th-Century France, Burgundy, England.
Rewrite of dissertation Revisiting Decadence: Interpersonal Relations in the Historical Narrative of Fifteenth-Century France, Burgundy, and England.
"Winners and Losers: Perceptions of War Leadership in Fifteenth-Century Burgundian Chronicles." Under review for inclusion in Journal of Medieval Military History (Boydell & Brewer).
"The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Visions of Burgundy, France, and England in the Oeuvres of Georges Chastellain." Under review for inclusion in The Hundred Years War: a Wider Focus- Vol. II (Brill)
"Beyond Eating: Political Use of Entremets at the Banquets of the Burgundian Court." Under review for inclusion in Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (Brepols)
"Review of La Chronique de Sébastien Franck (1499-1542) : vision de l'histoire et image de l'homme by Jean-Claude Colbus" - Sixteenth Century Journal (due 2006)

Salinger, Adrienne.
Professor, Art and Art History. M.F.A., School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Research Interests: construction of identities in personal (domestic) spaces.
Middle Aged Men, Nazraeli Press, 2008.
Living Solo. Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1998.
In My Room: Teenagers in Their Bedrooms. Chronicle Books, 1995. (2nd Edition, 1997.)

Scharff, Virginia.
Associate Professor, History. Ph.D., University of Arizona.
Research Interests: American women; women's history; social theory; environmental history;
history of technology; history of the American west.
Women's Movements: Gender, Geography and the West. University of California Press. Forthcoming.
Taking the Wheel: Women and the Coming of the Motor Age. Free Press. 1991; University of New Mexico Press, 1993.
Present Tense: The United States Since 1945. With Michael Schaller and Robert Schulzinger. Houghton Mifflin, 1991. (2nd edition, 1995.)

Sedillo-Lopez, Antoinette.
Professor, Law. J.D., University of California, Los Angeles.
Research Interests: women's legal issues; family law; comparative law and culture.
Latina Issues: Fragments of Historia (ella) (Herstory). Garland, 1995.
Emerging Voices: Political, Social, Cultural and Legal Issues. Series Editor, Garland, 1997.

Shipman, Virginia C.
Professor, Family Studies. Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1960., 277-4063.
Research Interests: ecosystemic approaches to human development; adult development and
aging; early childhood education; family violence; research ethics.
Works-in-Progress: Coordinator for Family Studies Program; Improving quality and
compensation of early childhood educators and providers.

Sierra, Christine Marie.
Professor, Political Science. Ph.D., Stanford University.
Research Interests: Chicana/Latina politics; ethnicity and gender in American politics; political
participation and political representation; social movement and interest group politics; Principle Investigator for the Gender and Multicultural Leadership Project (see
“Latinas and Electoral Politics:  Movin’ On Up,” in Gender and Elections, 2nd edition.  Edited by Susan J. Carroll and Richard L Fox.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, pp. 144-164.
Coauthored with Carol Hardy-Fanta, Pei-te Lien, and Dianne M. Pinderhughes:
“Elected Officials of Color in the U.S.:  A Portrait of Today’s Leaders” (November 2007)
“Elected Officials of Color Lead the Way on Dissatisfaction with Iraq War” (November 2007)
“Elected Officials’ of Color Support for No Child Left Behind is Lukewarm:  Mirrors Support Among General Population” (November 2007)
“Elected Officials of Color Mostly Favor Immigrant-Friendly Policies” (November 2007)
“Elected Officials of Color Display Strong Support for the Voting Rights Act” (November 2007)
Coauthored with Carol Hardy-Fanta, Pei-te Lien, and Dianne M. Pinderhughes. "Gender, Race and Descriptive Representation in the United States:  Findings from the Gender and Multicultural Leadership Project."  In Intersectionality and Politics: Recent Research on Gender, Race, and Political Representation in the United States. Edited by Carol Hardy-Fanta.  New York: Haworth Press, 2006, pp. 7-41.

Slaughter, M. Jane.
Professor, History. Ph.D., University of New Mexico.
Research Interests: comparative women's history (politics, war, revolution); modern Italy; history of sexuality.
Women and the Italian Resistance, 1943-1945. Arden Press, 1998.
European Women on the Left. Co-edited with Robert Kern, 1980.
Biography & Civilization: Gender & Politics. With Melissa Bokovoy. Houghton-Mifflin. Forthcoming.

Tiano, Susan.
Professor, Sociology. Ph.D., Brown University.
Research Interests: gender and development; women workers in maquiladora industry; women coping with economic crises and transformation to capitalism; gender differences in social support among homeless and marginally housed, impoverished populations under conditions of "welfare reform"
Patriarchy on the Line: Labor, Gender, and Ideology in the Mexican Maquila Industry. Temple University Press, 1994.
Women on the US-Mexico Border: Responses to Change. Co-edited with Vicki Ruiz. Allen and Unwin, 1987.

Trinidad Galvan, Ruth.
Associate Professor, Department of Language, Literacy & Sociocultural Studies. Ph.D., University of Utah, 227-0094
Research Interests: Global and transnational issues as they pertain to all immigrants and campesinas [rural Mexican women] in particular; Exploring diverse pedagogical practices as experienced and lived out by third and fourth world peoples; Feminist research and multicultural issues.
Relatos de Supervivencia: Desafíos y bienestar en una comunidad transmigrante Mexicana. México: Acatlán-UNAM, 2011.
Murillo Jr., E., Villenas, S., Trinidad Galván, R., Muñoz, J., Martinez, C., & Machado-
Casas, M.  The Handbook of Latinos and Education: Research, Theory & practice. New York: Routledge, 2010
(2011). “Chicana transborder vivencias and autoherteorías: Reflections from
the field.” Submitted to I 16(6), 552-557.
(2010). “Calming the spirit and ensuring super-vivencia: Rural Mexican women-centered teaching and learning spaces.” Ethnography and Education 5(3), pp. 309-323.
(2008). “Global Restructuring, Transmigration and Mexican Rural Women Who Stay Behind: Accommodating, Contesting and Transcending Ideologies.” Globalizations 5(4), 523-540.
(2005). “Transnational Communities en la Lucha: Campesinas and Grassroots Organizations “Globalizing From Below.”” Journal of Latinos and Education 4(1), 3-20.
Meyer, R. J., Keyes, T., Pence, P., Celedón-Pattichis, S., Trinidad Galván, R., & Poynor, L. (2004). “Cracks in the wall? Initiating actions against federal policy.” Democracy in Education, 15(1), 45-51.
(2001). “Portraits of Mujeres Desjuiciadas: Womanist Pedagogies of the Everyday, the Mundane and the Ordinary.” International Journal of Qualitative Studies in
Education, 14(5), 603-621.
(2010). “Renegotiating Masculinity in Transnational Relationships: An Innovative Research Perspective on Gender.” In Hernandez-Castañeda, R. &
Gacel-Avila, J. (eds), Innovación e internacionalización de la educación: Estudios de caso y propuestas. (pp. 303-332). Guadalajara, Mexico: Editorial Universitaria.
Deyhle, D.,Swisher, K., Stevens, T., & Trinidad Galván, R. (2008). “Indigenous resistance and renewal: From colonialist practices to self-determination.” In Connelly, F.M. (Ed), Sage Handbook of Curriculum and Instruction, (pp. 329-348). Sage Publications.
(2006). “Campesina pedagogies of the spirit: Examining women’s
sobrevivencia.” In Delgado Bernal, D., Elenes, A., Gonzalez, F., & Villenas, S. (Eds.). Chicana/Latina education in everyday life: Feminista perspectives on pedagogy and epistemology, (pp. 161-179) Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Wood, Carolyn J.
Professor and Department Chair, Educational Leadership & Organizational Learning. Ph.D., Washington University (St. Louis), 1977, 277-3925
Research Interests: Learned Helplessness, Taught Helplessness

Woodward, Carolyn.
Associate Professor, English. Ph.D., University of Washington.
Research Interests: feminist theory, eighteenth century British fiction.
Reading Elsewheres in the Masterhouse of British Fiction, 1740-1760. University of Illinois, forthcoming.
The Cry: A New Dramatic Fable (1754) by Sarah Fielding. Co-edited with Jane Collier. University of Kentucky, 2000.
Changing Our Power: An Introduction to Women Studies. Kendall-Hunt, 1991.

Young, Joni.
Professor of Accounting, Anderson Schools of Management. Ph.D., University of Illinois.
Research Interests:accuntability issues, financial accounting standard-setting and governance.

Professore Emeriti

Nagengast, Carole.
Professor and Chair, Anthropology. Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 1985.; 277-2635
Research Interests: Gender, ethnicity, class; Human Rights, Mexico, Central
Works-in-Progress: Three Families: Life on the US Mexico-Border
Reluctant Socialists, Rural Entrepreneurs, Westview Press, 1991.Women & Development, 1998.
"Cultural Relativity vs. Universalism," Special Issue of The Journal of Anthropological Research, 1997, 2004.

Weigle, Marta.
University Regents Professor, Anthropology. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.
Research Interests: Women and mythology, women and oral tradition.
Spiders and Spinsters: Women and Mythology. University of New Mexico Press.
Women of New Mexico: Depression Era Images. Ancient City Press, 1993.
Creation and Procreation: Feminist Reflections on Mythologies of Cosmogony and Parturition. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1989.
Two Guadalupes: Hispanic Legends and Magic Tales from Northern New Mexico. Ancient City Press, 1987.