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Ericka Verba, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor, History

Department: History

Office: LCH A-315
Phone Extension: x2636
Email Username: everba

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Publications

  • Editor, Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies , Volume 23 (Thomas Gale Publishing Co., 2008).
  • Violeta Parra, Radio Chilena, and the ‘ Battle in Defense of the Authentic' during the 1950s in Chile .” Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, Volume 26 (2007).
  • “Competing ‘Feminisms': The Liga de Damas Católicas Chilenas versus the Círculo de Lectura de Señoras (Santiago, Chile, 1910-1920).” Doreen M. O'Connor-Gómez and Irene E. Vasquez (eds.), Proceedings of Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, Volume 20 ( Philadelphia : Xlibris, 2005).
  • Book Review of Rompiendo mitos y forjando historia by Virginia Mora Carvajal ( San Jose , Costa Rica : Alajuela, Museo Histórico Cultural Juan Santamaría, 2003), published in the American Historical Review , Vol. 110, No. 2 ( April 2005).
  • Catholic Feminism and the Social Question in Chile, 1910-1917 . (Edwin Mellen Press, 2003).
  • Cancionero/ Songbook: Tribute Concert to Violeta Parra . Wrote notes and translated lyrics into English, to accompany CD of live performance. Los Angeles : Desalambrar Music, 1997.
  • "The Círculo de Lectura de Señoras [Ladies' Reading Circle ] and the Club de Señoras [Ladies' Club] of Santiago , Chile : Middle- and Upper-class Feminist Conversations (1915-1920)." Journal of Women's History , Volume 7, Number 3 (Fall 1995).
  • "Las Hojas Sueltas : Nineteenth-Century Chilean Popular Poetry as a Source for the Historian." Studies in Latin American Popular Culture , Volume 11 (1993).
  • Escuchen Nuestras Voces /Hear Our Voices . Collected, compiled and wrote notes for book/cassette of songs by Salvadoran refugees living in Mesa Grande, Honduras . Los Angeles : Sabiá, 1984.
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