March 2011 “Making a Case for Transnational American Studies: The Yaqui Deportation Database.”
Department of American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
March 2011 “Arizona Immigration Law: How Other States Will Follow.”
Center for Great Plains Studies one-day Symposium, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
February 2011 " Saved by the Piñeta or not: Petra Santa Cruz de Stevens and the Politics of Gender, Sexuality and Race."
Center for Mexican American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
February 2011 "Saved by the Piñeta or not: Petra Santa Cruz de Stevens and the Gendered, Sexual Politics of
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County
January 2010 "The American 1950's, Virgin Martyrs, and Chicana Allegories: Thoughts on Santa Maria Goretti
and Cultural Production."
Department of English, Arizona State University
December 2009 "Problematizing Nationalisms: State Sponsored Violence and the Yaqui Indian Wars."
Department of Spanish, Latina American, and Latino Studies, Mt. Holyoke College
September 2009 "Virgin Martyrs as Chicana Allegories: Thoughts on Santa Maria Goretti and Cultural Production."
University of Notre Dame
September 2009 "State of the Fields(s): Chicano/Latina and Ethnic Studies in the 21st Century."
Department of History and Latino Studies Program, Northwestern University
April 2009 "The Bad Fit: Celebratory Chicana/o Nationalisms and the 1851 Lunching of Josefa/Juanita."
Department of Global Gender Studies, SUNY Buffalo
April 2009 "Chicana/o Studies and Transnational Methodologies."
Keynote Panelist, National Association of Chicana/o Studies Annual Conference, New Brunswick,
November 2008 "Subjectividad, Violencia, y Raza: Las Guerras Yaquis como Silencio Historico Transnaciónal"
Programa Universitaria de Estudios de Género, UNAM, Mexico City
August 2008 "Tips for Success": COMEXUS Fulbright Orientation Speaker
Secretaria de Relació nes Exteriores, Mexico City
April 2008 "25 Years of This Bridge Called My Back, 25 Years of Radical Feminism by Women of Color?"
Presidential Session: 25th Year Anniversary of Teaching This Bridge Called My Back
The Pacific Sociological Association, Portland, Oregon
February 2008 "Webs of Violence: The Camp Grant Massacre and Racial, National, and Familial Alliances."
Center for Race Politics and Culture, The University of Chicago
December 2007 "Why We Still Need A Transnational Latina Feminist Methodology: Revisiting the 1871 Camp Grant
Department of Women's Studies, Rutgers University
January 2006 "Masculinities and Excess, Reading Violence and Humor in Denise Chavez's Face of an Angel."
Department of English, Pitzer College
October 2005 "Latina Feminist Social Movements."
Department of Sociology, Hampshire College
April 2004 "Rewriting Chicana Women's History and the Alma Lopez Controversy in Santa Fe, New Mexico."
Eastern New Mexico University
April 2004 "Integrating Transnational Feminist Studies and Chicana/o Studies into the Humanities Curriculum."
Faculty Seminar/NEH Grant, Eastern New Mexico University