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Latina/o Studies

Dr. Chang

Dr. Aurora Chang

Assistant Professor in the College of Education and Affiliate Faculty of Latina/o Studies


Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin 2010: Curriculum and Instruction, Cultural Studies Program

M.A. Stanford University 1996: Secondary Education (Cultural and Linguistic Academic Development Specialty)

B.A. The University of California at Berkeley 1995: English Literature


The intersection of education, identity and agency within traditionally marginalized communities with a focus on Multiracial students, Latina/o students and faculty of color.



  • Chang, A. (2014). Pedagogical Riesgos (Risks): Carving a Mestiza Consciousness Space for a Chicana Feminist Educator and an Undocumented Chicana Student. In. S. Wong’s DREAM Act Activists and Teacher Allies: Are you Listening?[accepted, pending publisher’s revisions].
  • Chang, A. (2014). The Hidden Curriculum of Canícula: Portraits of Critical Educational Lessons in Becoming a Mujer. In G. Gutîerrez y Muhs’ Word Images: A Norma Elia Cantú Critical Reader. (pp. tbd). [accepted, pending publisher’s revisions].



U.S. Latino Diaspora:vStudy Abroad  Summer 2014 (Class is full)




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