Ph.D., University of California, San Diego
Research and Teaching Interests
- Chicana/Chicano Studies
- Queer Studies
- History and Culture of 19th-Century Greater Mexico
- Representative for the Pacific Northwest Foco of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies
- Book Review editor for the journal of Chicana/Latina Studies
- “This Land was Mexican Once”: Histories of Resistance from Northern California. University of Texas Press, 2007.
- “Vampires Among Us,” Peace Review v.24 no.1 (Winter 2012)
- “Me and Betty Crocker, or, from WASPy White to Mestiza, 75 Years of General Mills” Reconstruction v.10 no.4 (Spring 2011). http://reconstruction.eserver.org.
- “‘I do not like the white man much, because he is a liar and a thief’: Subaltern Women and Narratives of Resistance in Late Nineteenth-Century California” inWomen and Politics: California from the Gold Rush to the Great Depression, eds. Robert W. Cherny and Ann Wilson University of Nebraska, 2011.
- “Learning from the Death of Gwen Araujo? Transphobic Racial Subordination and Queer Latina Survival in the Twenty-first Century.” Journal of Chicana/Latina Studies 6, no. 1 (Fall 2006).
- “Against the Grain: Confronting Hispanic Service Organizations in Times of Increasing Inequalities, 1930 and 2005.” Journal of Latinos in Education 5, no. 2 (2006).
- “The Colonial North: Histories of Women and Violence from before the U.S. Invasion.” Aztlán 30 (Spring 2005): 23-54.
- “Mobilizing Linear Histories: Violence, the Printed Word, and the Construction of Euro-American Identities in an ‘American’ County.” Journal of American Ethnic History 23 (Spring 2004): 41-77.
Contact Dr. Heidenreich
Wilson-Short Hall 10F
Spring 2018 Office Hours
Thursdays, 4:00–5:00 p.m.