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Full-Time Faculty
Email:
Phone:
818/677-2734
Office location:
JR 114C

Biography

Education:
Ph.D., 1975, University of California, Los Angeles in Hispanic Languages and Literature

Areas of Interest: Art History and Criticism; Literary History and Criticism; Cultural Theory and Criticism; Latin American and Mexican Art and Literature; Contemporary Art, Criticism and Culture.                          

Open Forum on Incivility in the Academe, March 18

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Incivility in the Academe flyer

An Invitation to All CSUN Faculty and Staff

An open forum on Incivility in the Academe, Dialogue on Experiences, Barriers and Best Practices. Join us in preparation for author Leah Hollis' April 2nd talk on Bully in the Ivory Tower. Read more

Open Forum on Incivility in the Academe, March 12

Wednesday, March 12, 2014 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Incivility in the Academe flyer

An Invitation to All CSUN Faculty and Staff

An open forum on Incivility in the Academe, Dialogue on Experiences, Barriers and Best Practices. Join us in preparation for author Leah Hollis' April 2nd talk on Bully in the Ivory Tower. Read more

Renee Moreno
Full-Time Faculty
Email:
Phone:
818/677-2734
Office location:
JR 140

Biography

Dr. Renee M. Moreno is Associate Professor in the Chicano/a Studies Department at California State University, Northridge where she teaches composition and literature. She is a graduate of the Joint Program in English and Education at the University of Michigan and has held post-doctoral fellowships at the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Notre Dame. Professor Moreno has served on the College Section Steering Committee of the National Council of Teachers of English and the Executive Committee of the College Composition and Communication Conference.  A 1993 recipient of the College Composition and Communication Scholars for the Dream Award, her research focuses on literature, rhetoric and composition, and race and ethnicity, and draws upon traditions of story and storytelling. She is currently working on a book length project with Artist and Professor Carlos Fresquez, entitled “They want us to march but we want to paint”: Chicano Artists in Denver (1968-1972), which recovers the history of the Chicano arts movement in the city.  Professor Moreno has been awarded several grants to support her research, including a research grant from the Colorado Humanities.

Theresa Montano
Full-Time Faculty
Email:
Phone:
818/677-2734
Office location:
JR 151C

Biography

Education:
Ed.D., 1996, University of California, Los Angeles in Education

Areas of Interest:
Latino Educational Equity; Critical Multicultural Education; Bilingual/ELL education; Teacher education.                      

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