Irene E. Vasquez, Ph.D.
Title: Associate Professor, Chicana/o Studies Department
Department: Chicana/o Studies Department
Office: LCH B304
Phone Extension: x3070
Email Username: ivasquez
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- Author, “From Indigenous to Native Others: The Changing Constructs of Hijos de la Frontera.” Atlantic Studies Seminar, Harvard University, August 2004.
- Author, “Aztlan as Depicted in the Nahua Codices and Chronicles,” University of California, Los Angeles, May 15, 2004.
- Author, “The Indigenous Historical Context of Villismo.” Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, November 8, 2003.
- Author, “Indigenous Women in Nueva Vizcaya.”Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies, Tucson, Arizona, March 1, 2001.
- Editor, “Community History as Community Empowerment.” National Association of Chicana/o Studies, Tucson, Arizona, April, 04, 2001.
- Author, “ElMovimiento en UCLA: 40 Years of Chicana/o Student Activism.” National Association of Chicana/o Studies, Portland, Oregon, April 26, 2000.
- Author, "Pobladores negros y mulatos en Alta California: La población afro-mexicana en San José and Santa Bárbara y Los Angeles." Presented at Quinto Encuentro Afro-Mexicanista, Morelia, Michoacán, October 26, 1995.