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Ph. D. Lorenzo Covarrubias


Universidad Autónoma
de Sinaloa

 
  

Lorenzo Covarrubias Ph. D. Lorenzo Covarrubias
Ph.D. in Sociocultural Anthropology, University of California at Santa Barbara

Correo: <lorecova@uas.uasnet.mx>
Tel. + 52 . 01 (667) 712.79.37 




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Currículum Vitae

POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. in Sociocultural Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of California at Santa Barbara, Spring Quarter 2000. Dissertation Title: Ideology, Brokers, Political Action, and the State: The Strategies and Historical Transformation of a Counter Revolutionary Peasant and Urban Poor Movement in México.

  • Master’s of Arts Degree, Dept. of Anthropology, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, June 1992.

  • Participant in the California State University International Programs, Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City. Academic Year 1984-1985.

  • Bachelor’s of Arts Degree, Dept. of Anthropology, California State University at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, June 1982.

  • Associate of Arts Degree, Social Sciences, Pasadena City College, Pasadena, CA, June 1980.

POSTDOCTORAL EXPERIENCE

  • Fulbright Lecturing Grant, “Integrating Latino Studies into an International Studies Curriculum.” Facultad de Estudios Internacionales y Politicas Publicas, Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa, Culiacan, Mexico, Academic Year 2006-2007.

  • University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara, Academic Year 2001-2002. Dr. Kathleen Bruhn, Faculty Advisor.

  • University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of History, University of California at Santa Barbara, Academic Year 2000-2001. Dr. Sarah Cline, Faculty Advisor.

  • Research & Teaching Interests:: Sociocultural Anthropology; Latin America; Latinos in the U.S.; Mexican Studies; Mexico-U.S. Migration; Social Movements and Theory; Political Parties and Theory; Rural and Peasant Studies; Local-level Politics; Comparative U.S. and Mexico Ethnic Relations; Ethnographic Research Methods; Inequality and Stratification.

SAMPLE HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Plaque of Recognition for Teaching and Mentoring, Social & Behavioral Sciences, CSU Monterey Bay, 1998-2000.

  • Second Prize in The Edwin & Jean Corle Memorial Book Collection “MEXICO: A Bilingual Collection of Diverse Proportions.” Spring Quarter 1995; and “Mexico New, Mexico Old--500 Years of Constant Search.” Spring Quarter 1996. Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

  • Second Prize in The Edwin & Jean Corle Memorial Book Collection “MEXICO: A Bilingual Collection of Diverse Proportions.” Spring Quarter 1995; and “Mexico New, Mexico Old--500 Years of Constant Search.” Spring Quarter 1996. Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

  • Constancia (Award of Participation) in the American Heritage Association-Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro Exchange Program, Dirección de Intercambio Acádemico, December 5, 1994.

  • Reconocimiento (Award in Recognition) as a participant in “Las Reformas Rurales Emergentes.” Taller de Análisis y Discusión. Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California at San Diego and the Autonomous University of Queretaro. Querétaro, Qro. October 28-29, 1994.

  • Reconocimiento (Award in Recognition) as contributor in the American Heritage Association-UAQ Exchange Program, Dirección de Docencia, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, December 6, 1993.

  • Reconocimiento (Award in Recognition) as a participant in the UC Santa Barbara-UAQ Exchange Program 1988-1993, Dirección de Intercambio Académico, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, December 6, 1993.

  • Juror for the Social Sciences, Fifth Annual California State University Student Research Competition, California State University, Los Angeles, CA, May 3-4, 1991.

  • Third Prize in The Edwin & Jean Corle Memorial Book Collection with entry “An Anthropological and Political Revision of Latin American Past and Current History”, Main Library, UC Santa Barbara, 1991.

  • California State University Forgivable Loan/Doctoral Incentive Program, Academic Years 1990-91, 1991-92, and 1992-93.

  • Diploma in Recognition to Contributions, "Chicano Society and Culture: An International Conference." Center for Chicano Studies, UC Santa Barbara, April 30-May 4, 1990.

  • Dean’s List, Academic Years 1980-8l and 1981-82, California State University at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.

SAMPLE RESEARCH AND GRADUATE SUPPORT GRANTS (PRE-DOCTORAL)

  • Graduate Research Mentor, Summer Academic Research Institute (SARI), UC Santa Barbara, Summer 1998.

  • General Affiliates Graduate Dissertation Fellowship, UC Santa Barbara, 1994.

  • Graduate Student Fee Fellowship, Graduate Division, UC Santa Barbara, Spring Quarter 1994, Fall Quarter 1994

  • The Elman Service Graduate Fellowship, Dept. of Anthropology, UC Santa Barbara, Academic Year 1993-1994.

  • The University of California President’s Dissertation Fellowship, UC Santa Barbara, Academic Year 1992-1993.

  • The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Pre-Doctoral Research Grant, 1991.

  • Andrew Isbell Memorial Fund Award, Department of Anthropology, UC Santa Barbara, 1990, 1993.

  • Graduate Student Humanities/Social Sciences Research Grant Program, Graduate Division, UC Santa Barbara, years 1989, 1990 and 1991.

  • Hispanic American Scholarship Fund Award, Academic Years 1989-90 and 1990-91.

  • Graduate Research Mentorship Program, Academic Years 1988-89 and 1989-90, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA.

  • Graduate Opportunity Fellowship, Academic Years 1987-88 and 1988-89, University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA.

RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Latinos in Missouri Project, project to integrate student learning including methods, conference participation, mentoring, and advising. Saint Louis University, 2002-2005.

  • Certificate of Completion, Faculty Teaching Enhancement Program, Center for Teaching Excellence, Saint Louis University, Spring Semester 2005.

  • Participant in the National Endowment for the Humanities Institute, “Latin American Philosophy” held at the State University of New York-Buffalo, Department of Philosophy, Dr. Jorge Gracia, Director, June 2005.

  • Faculty Mentor, McNair Scholars Program, Saint Louis University, 2003-2005.

  • Coordinator, International Querétaro (México) Summer Program, Social & Behavioral Sciences Center CSU Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA, 1998-2001. 

  • Research Associate, Institute of Mexico and US-Mexican Studies, CSU Monterey Bay, 1998-2000.

  • Research Assistant, QRP-NSF Curriculum Development Project, Dept. of Anthropology, UC Santa Barbara, 1996-1998.

  • Visiting Researcher, Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Antropológicas, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico, Summer-Fall 1992, Summer-Fall, 1993, Summer-Fall 1994, Summer-Fall 1997, Winter 1998.

  • Assistant to the Director, University of California at Santa Barbara-Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro (México) International Exchange Program, UC Santa Barbara, 1991-1995.

  • Project Coordinator, Queretaro Research Project (QRP), Dr. Manuel L. Carlos, Director, Department of Anthropology and Center for Chicano Studies, UC Santa Barbara, 1988-1995.

  • Field research on rural participation in the National Synarchist Union and the Mexican Democratic Party, Queretaro, Mexico, Summers of 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, Summer-Fall 1992, Summer-Fall, 1993, Summer-Fall 1994.

  • Field School Research, Santa Catalina del Monte, (Texcoco) Estado de México, México. Universidad Iberoamericana, Summer 1985.

EMPLOYMENT/TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Currently teaching courses at the Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa as a Fulbright Scholar (2006-2007), including advanced courses in the International Studies major and the Masters in U.S. and Canadian Studies.

  • (Following is teaching experience at: Saint Louis (MO) University, California State University, Monterey Bay; University of California, Santa Barbara; Universidad Autonoma de Queretaro, Mexico)

  • Visiting Faculty, Social and Political Histories of the U.S.; Cultural Anthropology; Social Theory, Division of Social, Behavioral & Global Studies, CSU Monterey Bay, Academic Year 2005-2006.

  • Assistant Professor, Introduction to Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology; Stratification and Inequality; US-Latin American Relations; Anthropology/Sociology of Development; Latino History and Society, Race & Ethnicity in the Americas, Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice, Saint Louis University, 2002-2005.

  • Visiting Faculty, History and Politics of México, World Cultures and Laguanges Institute; Social & Political History of the US, Social & Behavioral Sciences Center, CSU Monterey Bay, Spring Semester 2000.

  • Visiting Faculty, Introduction to the Social Sciences; Major Learning Outcome Assessment-Applied; (ProSeminar in) Foundations for Lifelong Learning, Social & Behavioral Sciences Center, CSU Monterey Bay, Fall Semester 1999.

  • Visiting Faculty, Community Ethnography; The Querétaro Project (Preparation Course for the Summer 1999 Field School and Research in Querétaro, México); Professional Assessment Lab (Senior Year Capstone--research project--Writing and Development Course), Social & Behavioral Sciences Center, CSU Monterey Bay, Spring Semester 1999.

  • Visiting Faculty, Community Ethnography. “Castroville, CA: History, Society, and Culture of a Rural Town.” Learning to do Ethnographic Research Methods in an Interactive, Multimedia Electronic Environment.” Social & Behavioral Sciences Center, CSU Monterey Bay. Fall Semester 1998.

  • Teaching Associate, Field Research. “Latinos in Isla Vista: The Transformation of a California Town.” Dept. of Chicano Studies, UC Santa Barbara. Spring Quarter 1998.

  • Teaching Associate, Methods of Ethnographic Data Analysis, Department of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara, Academic Year 1996-97.

  • Professor, Social Upheaval: Literature (Novel) of the Mexican Revolution, Dirección de Intercambio Académico-American Heritage Association, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Fall Quarter, 1994.

  • Professor, The Mexican Revolution, Dirección de Intercambio Académico-American Heritage Association, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Fall Quarter, 1993.

  • Assistant Director, Summer 1993 Field School Training, Graduate Program in Anthropology, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México.

  • Teaching Assistant, Seminario Sobre los Derechos Civiles de los Chicanos/Latinos en los Estados Unidos de América Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. August 31-September 11, 1992.

PAPERS PRESENTED

  • American Anthropological Association/Strategies in Teaching Anthropology 2004, “Students in Action: Active Learning, Empowerment, and Student Ownership in Anthropological Learning.” Atlanta, GA, December 16, 2004.

  • Latin American Studies Association, “Latinos Under the Pen: Reflections from the Local Black Press on Impending Changing Demographics.” Las Vegas, NV, October 7-9, 2004.

  • UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, “Women of the Right: Conservative Rural Politics in 20th Century Mexico.” Lake Arrowhead, CA, April 12-14, 2002.

  • II Simposium Internacional: Etnicidad, Pobreza & Migracion Transfronteriza, “The Most Forgotten: Ideology, Mestizaje, and the AfricanoMexicano Communities in Rural Mexico.” Acapulco, Mexico, November 28-30, 2001.

  • American Anthropological Association, “Hidden Leadership: Rural Women Participation in the Mexican Sinarquista Movement.” (Session Chair) Washington, DC, November 28-December 2, 2001.

  • UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, “The Origins and Transformations of Christian Democracy in Mexico (1937-2001): Observations from the Union Nacional Sinarquista to the Partido Accion Nacional”. Lake Arrowhead, CA, May 11-13, 2001.

  • ALL-UC Latin American Historians Conference, “Democracia Cristiana and Social Cristianismo in Mexico (1937-2001): Notes on its Development, Obstacles, and Possible Reawakening.” Institute of the Americas, University of California, San Diego, May 5, 2001.

  • Foro Interno de Analisis y Discusión: El Presente y Futuro de la Antropología en Querétaro, "El Papel de las Licenciaturas en el Desarrollo de las Disciplinas: El Caso de la Antropología. (The Role of Undergraduate Programs in the Development of the Discipline: The Case of Anthropology.)" Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México. November 17-18, 1997.

  • Comisión de Estudios sobre la Historia de la Iglesia en Latinoamerica (CEHILA); “Movimientos Sociales y Religiosidad Política: Cristeros y Sinarquistas en Méxixo y la Unión Americana (Social Movements and Political Religiosity: Cristeros and Sinarquists in Mexico and the U.S.)” Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México, June 29 - July 1, 1995.

  • Taller de Análisis y Discusión Las Reformas Rurales Emergentes, “La Reforma del Ejido y su Impacto en Grupos Campesinos de Oposición. (The Constitutional Reforms on the Land Reform System and its Effects on Anti-government Peasants Organization.)” Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California at San Diego and Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México. October 28-29.

  • Seminario, Querétaro: Sociedad, Economía, Política y Cultura, 1977-1992. Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Humanidades (UNAM) y Departamento de Investigaciones Sociales (UAQ), "El Ascenso y Caída del Partido Demócrata Mexicano (PDM) en la Sociedad Queretana. (The Rise and Fall of the Partido Demeocrata México in Querétaro.)" Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México. November 8-9, 1993.

  • Programa "Fulbright-Hays" Summer Institute, "From Conquest to Post-Revolution: An Essay on Mexican History." Hotel Mesón de San Nicolas Concá, Arroyo Seco, Querétaro, Mexico. July 30, 1992.

  • Ciclo de Conferencias Sobre Derechos Humanos, "El Desarrollo y Lucha de los Derechos Civiles Chicano/Mexicano en Estados Unidos. (The Development and Struggle of Chicano/Mexican Civil Rights in the United States.)" Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Queretaro, Mexico. October 8, 1992.

  • VII Conference of Mexican and North American Historians; “Apuntes para un Estudio de Participación Campesina en un Movimiento Contrarrevolucionario: El Caso de la Union Nacional Sinarquista (UNS) en Querétaro, México. (Notes for the Study of Peasant Participation in a Counterrevolutionary Movement: The Case of the National Synarquist Union in Queretaro, Mexico.)” San Diego, CA. October 1990.

  • Southwestern Anthropological Association; “Brokerage, Exchange, and Political Marginality in Queretaro, Mexico: A Case of Peasant Participation in the Union Nacional Sinarquista (UNS).” Long Beach, CA, April 12-14, 1990.

PRESENTATIONS AND CONFERENCES

  • Facultad de Estudios Internacionales y Politicas Publicas, “Identidades e Historia Contemporanea, Ejemplo de Hispanos/Latinos en Estados Unidos y Canada.” Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa, Culiacán, Mexico, September 29, 2006.

  • Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE) Fourth Annual Summer Institute for Educators, “Shared Histories: US-Mexican Relations/Studies and their Latin American and Caribbean Contexts.” (Keynote Presentation) University of Georgia, Unicoi State Park, GA, June 4-8, 2006

  • Cambio de Colores Conference/Latinos in Missouri: Connecting Research to Policy and Practice, “Hispanos en la Prensa: Reactions Perceptions, and Coverage of Missouri’s Black Press toward Latino/Hispanic Growth.” University of Missouri at Columbia, March 30-April 1, 2005.

  • Cambio de Colores Conference/Latinos in Missouri: Gateway to a New Community, “Student Demographics and Higher Education in the State of Missouri.” University of Missouri at Saint Louis, March 10-12, 2004.

  • (Discussant) Oral History Association, “Memories of Sociocultural Change and Resistance: Global Linkages and the Transformation of Rural Communities of the State of Queretaro, Mexico.” San Diego, CA, October 27, 2002.

  • Research Mentoring Program, “Religion, Ideology, and Politics: The Case of Youth Participation in México’s Union Nacional Sinarquista (1937-201).” UC Santa Barbara, June 2001.

  • Department of Political Science, “Ideology & Conflict: México’s PAN and Its Relations with Sinarquismo, Social Christianism, and Christian Democracy.” UC Santa Barbara, October 25, 2001.

  • Department of Anthropology, “The Most Forgotten: Ideology, Mestizaje, and Africano-Mexicanos in Rural Mexico.” UC Santa Barbara, February 12, 2001.

  • Department of Anthropology, “Your History is Not Mine: Theory, Method, and Concerns in the Study of a Nationalist Counter Movement in the Mexican Space (1937-2000).” UC Santa Barbara, November 13, 2000.

  • Facultad de Filosofía, “Movimientos Sociales y Religiosidad Política: Cristeros y Sinarquistas en Querétaro” Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México, September 6, 2000.

  • Society for Applied Anthropology, “The Ethnographic Field Research Simulator (EFRS) as an Instructional Tool: An Assessment of the Use of the Computer Mediated Ethnographic Environment to Teach Field Research Methods.” Seattle, WA, March 5, 1997.

  • Bakersfield Adult School; “What is Culture?” Bakersfield, CA, November 9, 1995.

  • Sociology & Anthropology Department Colloquium Series; “The Religious-Political Right in Contemporary Mexico.” California State University, Bakersfield, October 20, 1995.

  • Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies-Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies joint conference, (with Dr. Sergio Quesada Aldana) “Preparing and Training U.S. and Mexican Students as Field Researchers in Anthropology.” Las Vegas, March 5-9, 1995.

  • Anthropology Colloquium Series; “Politics of the Right in Contemporary Mexico: The Case of a Reactionary Movement and its Political Party.” Department of Anthropology, UC Santa Barbara, May 19, 1995.

  • Department of Anthropology, “Political Brokerage and Exchange: Rural Participation in a Counterrevolutionary Social Movement in Post-Revolutionary Mexico.” University of California, Berkeley (UCB), March 17, 1994.

  • Center for Latin American Studies, “Counterrevolutionary Movements in Post-Revolutionary States: The Case of Mexico.” University of California, Berkeley (UCB), March 16, 1994.

  • Department of Anthropology; “Oppositional and Counterrevolutionary Politics in the Post-Revolutionary Mexican State.” University of California, Riverside (UCR), February 28, 1994.

  • Chicano Studies Research Center; “Religión y Contrarrevolución: The Cristero Revolt of Mexico (1926-1936).” University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), February 23, 1994.

  • Latin American Center, Program on Mexico; “From Cristeros to Sinarquistas: Counterrevolution in Rural Mexico.” University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), February 23, 1994.

  • ExpoCreatividad, Universidad del Valle de México (UVM); "El Sistema del 'Community/City College' Estadounidense: El Caso de California. (The United States Community/City College System: The California Case.) " Casona de los Cinco Patios, Queretaro, México, November 25, 1993.

  • III Foro Interno de Investigación, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro; "Participación campesina, intercambio y gestoria en un movimiento contrarrevolucionario: el pasado y el presente del la Unión Nacional Sinarquista (UNS) en tres comunidades rurales en el estado de Queretaro. (Peasant Participation, Exchange, and Brokers in a Counterrevolutionary Movement: The Past and Present of the National Synarquist Union in three Rural Communities in Queretaro, Mexico.)" Hotel Jurica, Querétaro, Mexico. June 30-July 1, 1992.

  • UC Conference on Experiential Learning; “Field Research by UCSB Graduates and Undergraduates in Queretaro, Mexico.” UC Santa Barbara, May 22-23, 199l.

  • The State of Chicano and Mexican Research at UCSB Colloquium Series; “The Development of the Religious Political Right in Mexico: The Case of the Unión Nacional Sinarquista and the Partido Demócrata Mexicano.” Center for Chicano Studies, UC Santa Barbara, June 7, 199l.

  • Co-coordinator of photo exhibit “Peasants and the Land in Queretaro, Mexico: An Anthropological Perspective.” Main Library, UC Santa Barbara, March l, 1990 to June 30, 1990.

  • Political Science Colloquium; “Peasant Participation in an Anti-Revolutionary Movement: The Case of the National Synarquist Union.” UC Santa Barbara, Nov. l6, 1989.

  • Anthropology Colloquium Series; “State-Peasant Society Ties and the 1988 Mexican Presidential Elections: A Local Level Analysis of Sinarquistas.” UC Santa Barbara, Oct. 14, 1988.

SAMPLE PUBLISHED INTERVIEWS AND NEWS STORIES

  • The University News, “SLU Gains Two Anthropologists.” St. Louis University, September 5, 2002.

  • Santa Barbara News-Press, “Mexican Elections Buoy Local Latinos.” Santa Barbara, CA, July 14, 1997.

  • Santa Barbara News-Press, “The Querétaro Connection.” Santa Barbara, CA, May 27, 1995.

  • El Nuevo Amanecer, "Un nuevo país y un 'nuevo mestizaje' se gestan en la frontera Mexico-EU. (The Beginning of a New Country and New People in the U.S.-Mexico Border)", Queretaro, June 5, 1992.

  • a.m. de Queretaro, “Los Campesinos Queretanos Mas Politizados que los Ciudadanos de EU. (Peasants in Queretaro are More Politicized than U.S. Citizens.)” Queretaro, September l0, 1990.

  • gradivisionews, “Queretaro Project Features Collaborative Research.” UC Santa Barbara, Spring 1990.

PUBLISHED CONTRIBUTIONS, NEWSARTICLES, AND OP-ED ESSAYS

  • Monterey County Herald, “The Right Strategy?” Monterey, CA, April 30, 2006.

  • FOSAP (Bulletin of the Federation of Small Anthropology Programs), “Anthropology Returns: The Creation of an Anthropology Minor in a Midwest Institution.” Spring 2003.

  • 93106, “Adios to UCSB, Santa Barbara, and California.” UC Santa Barbara, July 22, 2002.

  • Noticias de NACCS, “Next-Door Anthropology: The Case of UCSB and Isla Vista, CA.” December 2001.

  • Anthropology New, “The Anthropology of Politics and the Politics of Anthropology.” (Association for Political and Legal Anthropology column, pp.43-44) May 2001.

  • Anthropology News, “The Most Forgotten: Blacks, Mestizaje and Ideology in Contemporary Mexico.” (Society for Latin American Anthropology column, p. 54) April 2001.

  • Daily Nexus, “Mexico Fails to Acknowledge its ‘Los Negros’ History.” UC Santa Barbara, February 28, 2001.

  • Santa Barbara News-Press, “A Tale of Two Presidents: Mexico looks North, U.S. looks South.” Santa Barbara, CA, Feb. 11, 2001.

  • The Independent, “The Invited Guest.” Santa Barbara, CA, February. 8, 2001.

  • Sunday Commentary, Monterey County Herald, "Contemplating Life with no PRI." Monterey, CA, June 25, 2000.

  • The Monterey County Post, “The Little (State) School That Wasn’t: CSUMB, Education, and California’s Future.” Monterey, CA, March 25, 1999.

  • Sunday Commentary, Monterey County Herald, "State's Relations with Mexico Frayed." Monterey, CA, March 7, 1999.

  • The Californian, “Citizenship fuels visions of political power.” Salinas, CA, March 6, 1999.

  • DIRETE, "Los Chicanos: Sus Orígenes, Su Visión. (The Chicanos: Their Origins, Their Vision.)" Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México, 1999.

  • Tribuna Universitaria, "Las Olvidadas Comunidades Negras de México. (The Forgotten Black Communities in México.)" Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, México, January 27, 1998.

  • El Nuevo Amanecer, "La Cristiada Queretana: Una Historia no Compartida. (Querétaro's Criestero Rebellion: A History not Shared.)" Querétaro, México, January 19, 1998.

  • El Nuevo Amanecer, "La Ultima Profesión. Los Nuevos Antropólogos en Querétaro. (The Latest Profession: Querétaro's Newest Anthropologists.)" Querétaro, México, December 1, 1997.

  • El Nuevo Amanecer, "La Educación Pública no Deber Ser Tocada. (Public Education Shouldn't be Tampered With.)" Querétaro, México, November 10, 1997.

  • Tribuna Universitaria, "En México las Escuelas Enseñan Como si los Alumnos no Fueran a Avanzar a Otros Grados. (Mexican Education is Set Up to Teach the Most Possible in Case Students Cannot Continue.)" Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México. November 4, 1997.

  • The Independent, “Mexico: The Duality of a Nation.” Santa Barbara, CA, November, 1997.

  • The Independent, “When is a Citizen not a Citizen?” Santa Barbara, CA, October 3, 1996.

  • Perspective, Santa Barbara News-Press, “Jalisco Speaks, PRI Falls, PAN is Victor.” Santa Barbara, CA, February 26, 1995.

  • El Nuevo Amanecer, “California 187.” Querétaro, November 14, 1994.

  • El Financiero, Edición Bajío, “Hacia Una Nueva Econopolítica del Campo Mexicano: Sus Aspectos Nacionales e Internacionales. (Towards a new Political Economy in the Mexican Countryside: Its National and International Components)” Querétaro, Octubre 24, 1994.

  • Para Continuar, “Economía y Política: Elecciones y el Inmigrante Mexicano en el Estado Dorado. (Economics and Politics: Elections and Mexican Immigrants in the Golden State)” Querétaro, October 3, 1994.

  • Escaparate, Hoja Cultural de El Diario De Querétaro, “El Intercambio Académico UAQ-UCSB: Resultados y Expectativas. (The UCSB-UAQ Academic Exchange Program: Results and Expectations)” Querétaro, September 22, 1994.

  • Amanecer Cultural, Suplemento Cultural de El Nuevo Amanecer, “Estados Unidos: Un País Sin Historia? (The United States: A Country Without History?)” Querétaro, January, 1994.

  • El Nuevo Amanecer, "Las Sobras de Oro: México ante el Tratado de Libre Comercio Norteamericano. (The Golden Scraps: Mexico and the North American Free Trade Agreement)" Querétaro, October 18, 1993.

  • El Nuevo Amanecer, "Las Sobras de Oro: México ante el Tratado de Libre Comercio Norteamericano. (The Golden Scraps: Mexico and the North American Free Trade Agreement)" Querétaro, October 18, 1993.

  • Daily Nexus, “New Political Thinking in Mexico: The PDM.” University of California, Santa Barbara, February 12, 1990.

  • Educación y Cultura, Suplemento Cultural de Noticias, "De Chicanos, Mexicanos y Algo Más. (Chicanos, Mexicans, and Something More)" Querétaro, October 18 and 24, 1992.

SAMPLE RADIO AND TELEVISION INTERVIEWS

  • RADIO UNIVERSIDAD, “La Cristiada y el Sinarquismo en Querétaro y el Bajío Mexicano.” Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México, September 5, 2000.

  • RADIO QUERETARO (three dates), "La Historia Olvidada de Querétaro. (Querétaro's Forgotten History.)" Rebelión de los Cristeros (Cristero Rebellion), Monday, January 19; Unión Nacional Sinarquista (National Synarquist Union), Monday, January 26; Partido Demócrata Mexicano (Mexican Democratic Party), Monday, February 2, 1998.

  • TVQ, "Identidad Cultural y la Virgen de Guadalupe en las Comunidades de Origen Latino en Estados Unidos. (Cultural Identity and the Belief in the Virgin of Gudalupe Among Latino Communities in the U.S.)" Querétaro, México, December 12, 1997.

PUBLICATIONS

  • “Latinos Under the (Black) Pen: Reflections from the Local Black Press on Impending Changing Demographics.” DIALOGO #9, Depaul University, Center for Latino Research, Fall 2005.

  • “Dynamic Ethnography, Methods, and Next-Door Anthropology.” in Strategies in Teaching Anthropology, 2nd edition, Patricia Rice and David McCurdy, editors, Prentice-Hall 2001.

  • "Intercambio Social, Gestoría Política y Sinarquismo en (Querétaro) México. (Social Excange, Political Brokerage, and Sinarquismo in (Querétaro) México.)" AURIGA #10, Revista de Filosofía y Cultura, 1998. Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México.

  • The Encyclopedia of Mexico: History, Society, and Culture, Entries on Dwight Morrow, Ambassador to Mexico during Cristero Rebellion (1926-1929); and, Anacleto Gonzalez Florez, Francisco Orozco y Jiménes, and Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez (all on Church-State Relations, 1920s). 1997.

  • “La Reforma del Ejido y su Impacto en Grupos Campesinos de Oposición. (The Constitutional Reforms on the Land Reform System and its Effects on Anti-government Peasants Organization)” SOCIOLOGIA , Issue #9, Primavera 1995, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, México.

  • “Sentimientos Queretanos: La Ideología Sinarquista de los Años 30s y 40s. (Sentiments from Queretaro, Mexico: The Synarquist Ideology in the 1930s and 1940s” DEBARROCORAZON, Issue #2, Querétaro, México, 1995.

  • “Ascenso y Caída del Partido Demócrata Mexicano (PDM) en la Sociedad Queretana. (The Rise and Fall of the Democratic Party of Mexico in the State of Queretaro)” AURIGA, Revista de Filosofía y Cultura. Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Enero-Agosto, 1994, Querétaro, México.

  • "De negros, blancos, coreanos y mexicanos: Los disturbios raciales de Los Angeles, California. (Of Blacks, Whites, Koreans, and Mexicans: The Racial Riots in Los Angeles, CA)" Voz Crítica, #6, Febrero 1993, Querétaro, México.

  • "El Sistema de Gestores (Brokers), el Intercambio y la Marginalidad Política en Querétaro (México): Un Caso de Participación Campesina en la Unión Nacional Sinarquista (UNS). (The Brokering System, Exchange, and Political Marginality: A Case of Peasant Participation in the National Synarquist Union)" AVANCES, #15, p. 9-12, UAQ, Octubre 1992, Querétaro, México.

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS AND PROJECTS (TITLES)

  • “The Most Forgotten: Mestizaje, Ideology, and Black Communities in Rural Mexico.”

  • “Latinos in Missouri: The Changing Face of a Midwest State.

  • “Hispanos in Canada: The Other Latinos”.

MEMBERSHIPS AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

  • Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists, Washington, D.C.

  • National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies.

  • Society for Political and Legal Anthropology, Washington, D.C.

  • Society for Latin American Anthropology, Washington, D.C.

  • Latin American Studies Association (LASA).

  • Latino Studies Section of LASA.

 

 

Actualizado al
08/07/2008

Diseño y edición:
Luis Pietsch

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