Annette M. Rodríguez
Currently a Lecturer in Chicana and Chicano Studies at the University of New Mexico, Dr. Annette M. Rodríguez received her PhD in American Studies at Brown University in 2016. In 2015, Rodríguez was presented the 18th annual Catherine Prelinger Award by the Coordinating Council for Women in History for her scholarly and professional contributions to women in history, and for educating young women to pursue careers in the historical profession. In July of 2016, Rodríguez was selected as a winner of the Dixon First Amendment Award for her efforts on behalf of students, faculty and staff in New Mexico higher education. She has previously been selected as a National Graduate Fellow by the Law and Society Association, a Latino Museum Studies Program Fellow at the Smithsonian Institute, the George I. Sanchez Fellow at the Center for Southwest Research, and a Graduate Fellow at the Office of the New Mexico State Historian. Rodríguez has taught at Brown University, Northern New Mexico College, and Santa Fe Community College. She currently teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts and the University of New Mexico. She concentrates her work on perennial racist violences in the United States as communicating events that construct and reinforce ideologies and hierarchies of race, gender, citizenship, and national belonging.
Introduction to Chicana and Chicano Studies
Introduction to Chicana Studies