I am a theorist of race and gender who engages in analyses of social action in four areas: social movements, reproduction, culture, and knowledge production. I am an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University. I received my Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of California, Los Angeles in June 2019.
My work has been published in Sociology Compass, Societies, and Labor Studies Journal, and has received generous support from the American Sociological Association Minority Fellowship Program, the Mellon Foundation's Inter-University Program for Latino Research, the UC Collaboratory for Ethnographic Design, and the UCLA Center for the Study of Women.
I am currently working on a book manuscript (under advance contract with Routledge Press) examining the origins and features of a pan-ethnoracial Latinx feminist framework, and the implications of this framework for Latinx subjectivities, specifically, and politics, more broadly.