Phillip B. (Felipe) Gonzales

Professor, Sociology
Sr. Associate Dean College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. University of California Berkeley (1985)

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Office: Ortega Hall, room 201 MSC03 2120
Office phone: 505-277-7372, fax: (505) 277-0351

Research Areas

Race/Ethnicity, Social Movements, Latino Studies


Select Publications

2001 Phillip B. Gonzales. Forced Sacrifice as Ethnic Protest: The Hispano Cause in New Mexico and the Racial Attitude Confrontation of 1933. Peter Lang.

1993 Louise Lamphere, Patricia Zavella and Felipe (Phillip B.) Gonzales. Sunbelt Working Mothers: Reconciling Family and Factory. Cornell University Press.

2007 Phillip B. Gonzales, ed. Expressing New Mexico: Creativity, Ritual and Memory The University of Arizona Press.

2006 Phillip Gonzales and Ann Massmann. "Loyalty Questioned: Nuevomexicanos and the Great War." The Pacific Historical Review 75 (4): 629-666.

2006 Phillip B. Gonzales. "Whither the Nuevomexicanos: The Career of a Southwestern Intellectual Discourse, 1907-2004, The Social Science Journal 43
(2): 273-286.

2007 Phillip B. Gonzales. "Introduction: Place and Nuevomexicano Culture." In Expressing Culture/Expressing Place: Nuevomexicana/o Creativity, Everyday
Ritual, and Collective Remembrance. Phillip B. Gonzales, ed. University of Arizona Press.

Phillip Gonzales' Vitae