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Crystal R. Perez Faculty Profile
English 200: College Writing II
English 204: Writing about Literature
ENGL 220: Immigration/Migration in American Literature
ENGL 328: Latinx Literature
English 303: Advanced Expository Writing
English 320 Major Works of American Literature
English 423 Ethnic American Women's Literature After 1900
Latinx coming-of-age novels; ethnic detective fiction; Latina/Chicana feminisms; Latinx visual art; social justice and education; women of color narratives; immigration and labor in literature
- Ph.D. Literature and Cultural Studies - University of California, San Diego
Under Review “Detecting the Past in the Present: Conscious Anachronism as Teaching Practice of Historical Ethnic Detective Fiction.” Race in the Multiethnic Literature Classroom. Edited by Cristina Stanciu and Gary Totten.
“The Chicana Detective: Reimagining Archetypes and Chicana Histories in the Historical Mystery.” Diálogo, an Interdisciplinary Studies Journal, vol. 24, iss. 1, 2022.
“Lienzo urbano: hitos del arte público chicano de Los Ángeles, 1968-2014.” Porciúncula: geografías culturales del pueblo de nuestra Señora de los Ángeles, edited by Salvador Fernandez and Juan Carlos Ramirez-Pimienta. Mexico City: Two Shores Publishing, 2019, pp. 303-321.Review of Autobiography in Black & Brown: Ethnic Identity in Richard Wright and Richard Rodriguez by Michael Nieto Garcia. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, vol. 31, iss. 2, 2016.