Teresa Carrillo

Teresa Carrillo

Teresa Carrillo, Ph.D.


Office: EP 215
Phone: (415) 338-6160
Email: tisa@sfsu.edu

Faculty Biography

  • Ph.D. in Political Science, Stanford University
  • M.A. in Political Science, Stanford University
  • B.A.S.  Emphasis on Latin American Studies, The Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO. 

Latinos as political actors;  Latinos as transnational political actors; Immigration and Migrant Rights; Citizenship/Transnational Citizenship; Mexican Politics;  Transnational Motherhood and Domestic Service.

  • LTNS 670 (cross-listed with the Department of Political Science as PLSI 408)  Mexican Politics and Society
  • LTNS 660  Latina/o Politics 
  • LTNS 470  Immigration of Latinas/os to the US.
  • LTNS 445  Gendered Borders:  Latinas and Globalization (cross-listed as WGS 445) 
  • LTNS 215 Introduction to Latina/Latino Studies.
  • ETHS 820  Advanced Research Seminar in Ethnic Studies (formerly ETHS 880)
  • RAZA 410  Latina Women Seminar
  • RAZA 315  Raza in California:  Public Policy Issues in Health, Education and Housing.
  • 2020 Grant to develop High Quality Online Teaching and Learning, CEETL, San Francisco State University
  • 2010 – Present Elected representative on the Steering Committee of the California State University Council on Ethnic Studies (CSUCES) representing 600+ Ethnic Studies faculty members in the CSU.
  • 2017 Research Associate with Dr. Sam Naidu of Rhodes University in South Africa on a Mellon Foundation funded project “Intersecting Diasporas:  A Comparative Study of Literature of the African, Latin American and South Asian Diasporas.” 
  • 2014 Selected to participate in the NEH Summer Institute  “Pictorial Histories and Myth-Histories:   ‘Graphic Novels’ of the Mixtecs and Aztecs”  in Mexico  June/July 2014
  • 2008-2011 Principal Investigator for a grant from the US Dept. of Education and Headstart for a Pilot Program for Teacher Training in the Latina/Latino Studies Department, SFSU.  $1,200,000.
  • 2005 Teaching Award for Community Service Learning, SFSU
  • 2002/03 Outstanding Teacher Award for Innovation, SFSU
  • The Latino Voter Guide. El Tecolote.  http://eltecolote.org/content/en/sf-state-students-analyze-how-propositions-would-affect-latino-community/  (2004 – 2020)
  • Mexican Migrants and the Vocabulary of Transnationalism.  Scrutiny2, https://www.tandfonline.co/loi/rscr20  Taylor and Francis.   (2019)
  • Elvira Arellano. Raul Grijalva. Maria Hinojosa. Kenneth Salazar.  Four entries in  Jessica L. Lavariega Monforti, Editor. Latinos in the American Political System: An Encyclopedia of Latinos as Voters, Candidates, and Office Holders [2 volumes]. ABC-CLIO, 2019. http://publisher.abc-clio.com/9781440853470  (2018)
  • Latinas and Domestic Service.  In  Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO)  Oxford University Press.  Oxford, UK (2016)
  • Translation and Transnationalization of Domestic Service.  In Tranlocaties/Translocalidades:  Feminist Politics of Translation in the Latin/a Américas.  Editors  Sonia E. Alvarez, Claudia de Lima Costa, Verónica Feliú, Rebecca Hester, Norma Klahn, Millie Thayer.  Durham, NC:  Duke University Press. (2014)
  • The Best of Care: Latinas as Transnational Mothers and Caregivers. In Techno/futuros:  Critical Interventions in Latina/o Studies.  Editors Nancy Raquel Mirabal and Agustin Laó-Montes. Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books.  pp 191-212. (2007)
  • Elizabeth (Betita) Martínez   In Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States  Eds. Suzanne Oboler and Deena J. Gonzalez  Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2005)
  • Testimony Across Cyberspace.  In  Claire Joysmith and Clara Lomas, eds., One Wound for Another / Una Herida Por Otra. Mexico DF:  Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico.  (2005)
  • Editor of Coyolxauhuqui Remembered:  A Journal of Latina Voices 2005  Raza Studies Department,  San Francisco State University.  (2005)
  • Watching Over Greater Mexico:  Recent Mexican Initiatives on Migration and the Alambristas of the New Millennium. In Nick Cull and David Carrasco, Eds., Alambristas and the US-Mexico Border.  Albuquerque, NM:  University of New Mexico Press.  pp 103-124.  Albuquerque, NM:  University of New Mexico Press. (2004)
  • Editor of Coyolxauhuqui Remembered:  A Journal of Latina Voices 2003  Raza Studies Department,  San Francisco State University.  (2003)
  • Latino Immigration and Citizenship.  (Co-authored with Christine Sierra, Louis DiSipio and Micheal Jones-Correa)  Political Science Journal.  September, 2000.
  • Calendario de la Raza  2000:  Art and Politics.  (Editor/Co-author) Rohnert Park, CA: Pomegranate Press. (1999)
  • Cross-Border Talk:  Transnational Perspectives on Labor, Race and Sexuality.  In Ella Habiba Shohat, ed. Talking Visions:  Multicultural Feminism om a Transnational Age.  Cambridge,  MA:  The MIT Press.  (1998)
  • Calendario de la Raza 1999:  Images of the Mujer.  (Editor)  Rohnert Park,  CA:  Pomegranate Press.  1998.
  • Editor of  Coyolxauhuqui Remembered:  La Raza Women’s Journal 1996  La Raza Studies Department,   San Francisco State University.  (1996)
  • Gendered Unions:  The Rise and Demise of the Mexican Garment Workers Union, 1985-1995.  CLRC News, a newsletter of the Chicano/Latino Research Center. No. 5 Fall/Winter 1994/95.  UC Santa Cruz. 
  • A Review of Barbara Kingsolver's Holding the Line:  Women in the Great Arizona Mine Strike.  Journal of the Southwest, Vol. 34, No. 2, Summer, 1992.
  • Promoting Multicultural Dissertation Research in a Eurocentric University.  American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 34 No. 2, pp. 181-187.   November/December  1990.
  • Women and Independent Unionism in the Garment Industry.  In Ann Craig and Joe Foweraker, eds.,  Popular Movements and Political Change in Mexico.  Boulder, CO.:  Lynne Rienner Publishers.   1990.
  • "The Women's Movement and the Left in Mexico:  The Presidential Campaign of Doña Rosario Ibarra de Piedra,"  in Teresa Cordova et al., eds.,  Chicana Voices:  Intersections of Race, Class and Gender.   Austin, TX.:  CMAS Publications, University of Texas.  1986.

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