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Department of Critical Culture, Gender, & Race Studies Faculty & Staff

Luz María Gordillo

Luz María Gordillo

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Michigan State University

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Research and Teaching Interests

  • Transnational and immigration studies.
  • Chicana feminist theory.
  • History of [transnational] sexualities.
  • Global feminisms.

Selected Publications

Books

Monograph

Edited Collection

  • Three Decades of Engendering History: Selected Works of Antonia I. Castañeda. Eds. Linda Heidenreich with Antonia Castañeda, and original contributions by Luz María Gordillo. University of North Texas Press, 2014.
Documentary Film
  • Antonia: A Chicana Story. Coproduced and codirected by Luz María Gordillo and Juan Javier Pescador, 2013.
Refereed Articles and Book Chapters
Refereed Creative Publications

Short Stories

  • “La Secretary,” Border-Lines: Journal of the LRC, Latino Research Center. University of Nevada, Reno. Volume III, 2015: 98-102.
  • In Press “Curfew,” “La Cucaracha,” and “Mexican Angel,” for Basta! 100 Latinas Write on Violence Against Women. Latino Research Center at the University of Nevada, Reno. (Forthcoming 2015)

Poem

  • In PressNeon Thighs,” submitted for the anthology Queer Latina Voices, Kórima Press. (Forthcoming 2015)

Contact Dr. Gordillo

gordillo@vancouver.wsu.edu
360-546-9099
WSU Vancouver: VMMC 202U

Courses

Fall 2017
  • Women_St 335
Past Courses