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Paula Moya (Professor)

Paula Moya (650) 723-0034
Personal bio
PAULA M. L. MOYA, is Associate Professor of English and, by courtesy, of Iberian and Latin American Cultures. Her teaching and research focus on twentieth-century and early twenty-first century literary studies, feminist theory, critical and narrative theories, American cultural studies, interdisciplinary approaches to race and ethnicity, and Chicano/a and U.S. Latina/o studies. Moya is a recipient of the Dean's Award for Distinguished Teaching, a Ford Foundation postdoctoral fellowship, the Outstanding Chicana/o Faculty Member award, a Brown Faculty fellowship, and a Clayman Institute fellowship.

Currently teaching
CSRE 301B: Graduate Workshop: Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (Winter)
SUSTAIN 231: Imagining Adaptive Societies (Winter)
POLISCI 331D: Imagining Adaptive Societies (Winter)
ENGLISH 131D: Imagining Adaptive Societies (Winter)
CSRE 161: Imagining Adaptive Societies (Winter)
POLISCI 131: Imagining Adaptive Societies (Winter)
CSRE 261: Imagining Adaptive Societies (Winter)
SUSTAIN 131: Imagining Adaptive Societies (Winter)
ENGLISH 300A: Theories and Methods in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (Spring)
CSRE 300: Theories and Methods in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (Spring)
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