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Selene Diaz

 
El Paso Texas, 79968
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Selene Ines Diaz
Lecturer, Women's and Gender Studies

The areas of research are Latinx community in the US, Indigenous studies, Women studies, US-Mexico border. The experience of research are: Fall 2013 Graduate Research Assistant, “Research on Gender in Science & Engineering” (Qualitative study examining identity and agency for resilience and persistence) (PI: Dr. Elsa Villa (UTEP); Dr. Guillermina Nuñez (UTEP) Fall 2013 Graduate Research Assistant, “Immigration and Crime” (Qualitative and Ethnographic study examining crime in El Paso) Dr. Christina Morales (UTEP); Dr. Curry (UTEP) Summer 2018 Graduate Research Assistant, “Immigration and the Role of Media in Facilitating a Contested Community of Resistance (Qualitative study) Dr. Nancy Plankey-Videla (TAMU); Dr. Beatriz Marquez; Dr. April Williams. Activism and social justices are my passion.

KEYWORDS

  1. Latinx
  2. Women and gender studies
  3. Indegenous studies
  4. Mexico/US border studies

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