College of Natural and Social Sciences
Department of Chicano Studies
Office: KH C4069
Phone: 323-343-2190 and 323-343-2190
Loyola Marymount University,
M.A. UCLA, (1980)
Ph.D. UCLA, (1987)
Teaching and Administrative Experience
Chair, Chicano Studies,
Chair, History, Santa
Monica College, 2002-2005.
Professor, Santa Monica College, 1991-2005.
Lecturer at UCLA, Santa
Monica College, Los Angeles
College, CSU Northridge.
Bilingual and Bicultural Instructor,
Instructor, UNAM CCH Vallejo, 1977-1978.
Fields of Specialization
Chicano(a)/Latino(a) Intellectual History.
Chicano(a) Student Politics.
18th and 19th Century European Thought.
European Economic Thought.
Power to the Imagination!,”
Latin American Perspectives,
“The Mexican Student Movements: Los Angeles and Mexico City,
Latino Studies, (2003) 1:2.
“Perspectivist Chicano Studies, 1970-1985,” Ethnic Studies Review,
"Empirical Chicano Studies: The Formation of Academic Chicano
1970-1975," Latino Studies Journal, (1999) 10:3.
"The Origins of Academic Chicano Studies, 1967-1970: The Emergence
and Perspectivist Chicano Studies," Latino
Journal, (1998) 9:2.
"The Quincentenary of an Erasure: From Caliban to Hispanic," Mexican
Mexicanos, (1997) 13:2.
"Socrates, Curriculum and the Chicano: Allan Bloom and the Myth of
Education," Cultural Studies, (1991) 4:3. Reprinted
Chabram-Dernersesian (ed.) The Chicana/o Cultural
Reader, New York: Routledge (2005)
"An Overview of Development Theories,"
“Constructing Chicana and
Chicano Studies: 1993 UCLA Conscious
Color Protest” in Enrique C. Ochoa and Gilda Laura
Latina/o Los Angeles:
and Political Activism,
Tucson: University of Arizona
“Peekaboo: Hiding and Outing the Curriculum” (with Eric Margolis,
and Marina Gair) in Eric
Margolis (ed.) Hidden
Mandarin Chinese (2004).
“How Chicano Studies Joined the Curriculum: Radicalism and the
Curriculum in Higher Education” in Eric Margolis (ed.)
Curricula in Higher Education,
in Mandarin Chinese (2004).
Books and Monographs
The Biography of a Discipline: The Genesis and Development of
Studies, 1967-1982. Draft.
The Meeting of Medical Traditions in New Spain: Nahuatl, Spanish, and
Medical Styles--A Working Bibliography.
Papers, Series Two, (1989).