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Meaningful Teaching and Learning in the Humanities Classroom | Participants

July 11–15, 2022

OVERVIEW SPEAKERS PARTICIPANTS

  • Jose Alvarez

    Anthropology, University of California, Riverside


  • Eliana Buenrostro

    Ethnic Studies, University of California, Riverside


  • Shahzadi Laibah Burq

    English, Arizona State University


  • Kelsie Carper

    History, University of Memphis


  • Kevin Cedeño-Pacheco

    Philosophy & African American Studies, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Tyler Cohen

    Sociology, University of California, Riverside


  • Tp Coughlin

    English, University of California, Davis


  • Marina Cuartero-Marco

    Spanish and Portuguese, University of Florida


  • Iliana Cuellar

    Comparative Literature, University of California, Riverside


  • Elvira De La Torre

    Sociology, University of California, Riverside


  • Mai Do

    Political Science, University of California, Riverside


  • Colette Eloi

    Critical Dance Studies, University of California, Riverside


  • Myers Enlow

    English, University of Memphis


  • Laura Evers

    English Literature, Washington University in St. Louis


  • Samuel Evola

    English, Indiana University Bloomington


  • Sarah Faulk

    Art History, University of California, Riverside


  • ksenia fir

    Film and Digital Media, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Morayma Flores-Higinio

    Ethnic Studies, University of California, Riverside


  • Akshay Ganesh

    Philosophy, University of California, Riverside


  • Adan Garcia

    Cultural Studies, University of California, Davis


  • Karen Gettelman

    History, University of California, Davis


  • Alvaro Gonzalez-Alba

    Hispanic Studies, University of California, Riverside


  • Nicolette Granata

    Psychology & Human Development, Vanderbilt University


  • Cara Greene

    Philosophy, The University of New Mexico


  • Philip Groth

    Philosophy, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Koby Hansen

    Hispanic Studies, University of California, Riverside


  • Dominic Harrison

    Language, Literacy, & Sociocultural Studies, The University of New Mexico


  • Heeba Hartit

    Comparative Literature and Languages, University of California, Riverside


  • Jorge Hernandez

    Spanish and Portuguese, The University of New Mexico


  • Luis Higinio

    Sociology, University of California, Riverside


  • César Hoyos-Álvarez

    Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Davis


  • Huntley Hughes

    English, Vanderbilt University


  • Utitofon Inyang

    Comparative Literature, University of California, Riverside


  • Robyn Johnson

    English, University of California, Riverside


  • Wayne Jopanda

    Cultural Studies, University of California, Davis


  • David Kay

    History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro


  • Grace Kim

    Applied Linguistics & Asian Studies, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Amanda Kong

    English, University of California, Davis


  • Naif Masrahi

    Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies, The University of New Mexico


  • Kaitlyn Mcclung

    English, The University of Alabama


  • Anyeline Mejia-McDonald

    Latin American, Caribbean, and US Latino Studies, University at Albany, State University of New York


  • Edrea Mendoza-Quintero

    History, The University of New Mexico


  • Piper Milton

    History, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Emma Mincks

    English Language and Literature, The University of New Mexico


  • Samuel Munroe

    Philosophy, University of Memphis


  • Peter Njagi

    Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies, The University of New Mexico


  • Tomide Oloruntobi

    Communication & Journalism, The University of New Mexico


  • Juan Manuel Ramirez

    Hispanic Studies, Washington University in St. Louis


  • Colin Rankin

    Comparative Literature, University of California, Davis


  • Brandy Reeves

    English Language and Literatures, The University of New Mexico


  • Allie Reichert

    English, University of California, Riverside


  • Thatcher Seltzer-Rogers

    Anthropology, The University of New Mexico


  • Kortney Stern

    English, Indiana University Bloomington


  • Joshua Tan

    History, University of California, Santa Cruz


  • Emily Thompson

    Art History, Washington University in St. Louis


  • Felipe Guz Tinoco

    Music, Washington University in Saint Louis


  • Tara Westmor

    Anthropology, University of California, Riverside


  • Catherine Wright

    Political Science, University of California, Riverside


  • Nauff Zakaria

    Religion, Vanderbilt University


  • Jiaxin Zhang

    English, Texas Tech University