Emma Fuentes, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, International and Multicultural Education
Ph.D., Education, Social and Cultural Studies, University of California, Berkeley
M.A., Education, Social and Cultural Studies, University of California, Berkeley
B.A., Cultural Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz
Teaching Credential - Spanish BCLAD-Multiple Subjects, San Francisco State University, CA
Urban Education; educational experiences of Latino students; immigration and education; bilingual education; unequal opportunity and access within US public schools; community organizing for school change; school and community partnerships; equity-minded school reform; cultural citizenship; race and identity; social and cultural theory; qualitative approaches to research (participatory action research, critical ethnography).
- Urban Education
- Race, Ethnicity and Cultural Identity
- Latinos and Education
- Social Movements and Human Rights
Fuentes, E. (2009-10). Learning power and building community:
Parent-initiated participatory action research as a tool for
organizing community. Social
Justice, 36(4), 69-84.
Koirala-Azad, S. & Fuentes, E. (Eds.) (2009-10. Activist
scholarship: Possibilities and constraints of participatory aaction
research. Social Justice,