cv / about

[Picture is of my dissertation advisor, Professor Teresa McKenna and me at USC’s hooding ceremony, ]

Annemarie Pérez teaches Interdisciplinary Studies at CSU-Dominguez Hills and Chicana/o Studies at Loyola Marymount University.  Her specialty is Latina/o literature, with a focus on Chicana feminist writer-editors from 1965-to the present. Having participated in Digital Humanities workshops and conferences held by the Modern Language Association, HASTAC and THATCamp at Northeastern University and Michigan State University, she has a chapter, “Lowriding Through the Digital Humanities,” connecting Chicana/o digital culture with more mainstream work in the digital humanities in the collectionDisrupting DH, forthcoming from Punctum Books.  She is currently writing a book on Latina feminist editorship using digital tools such as SCALAR to perform close readings across multiple editions and versions of early Latina articles and essays.  On the ‘net, I’m here and on Twitter. For more about me, you can read my cv or just ask.

The banner art is by the late Rini Templeton, who left her art to be used freely for causes she supported or would have supported. The site strives to honor her memory.

email: annemarie (dot) perez (at) me (dot) com

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  1. I’ve just come across your blog and wanted to meet you. I’m Jesse Munoz and I’m an adjunct English instructor at New Mexico State University. I earned my Master of Arts in English last December, so I am still a newbie at teaching. In fact, this semester is my first as an instructor. I’ve been given the opportunity to teach a sophomore-level writing class that focuses on contemporary American gothic fiction, and I’m thrilled. I really wanted to include a Chicano author as part of the reading list, and your blog has given me some good possibilites. So, I want to thank you and also congratulate you on earning your Ph.D in English. I’ve bookmarked your blog and I look forward to reading more of your posts. Take care.

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