Dr. Luis Urrieta, Jr. is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies in Education. He is (by courtesy) affiliated faculty in the Center for Mexican American Studies, the Native American & Indigenous Studies Program, and the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latina American Studies. Dr. Urrieta's research interests center around 1) cultural and racial identities, 2) agency as social and cultural practices, 3) social movements related to education, and 4) learning in family and community contexts. He is specifically interested in Chicana/o, Latina/o, and Indigenous cultures and identities, activism as a social practice in educational spaces, in collective movements, in oral and narrative traditions in qualitative research, and indigenous knowledge systems and research methodologies.
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