Latinx & Caribbean Studies, Queer Diaspora Studies, Geography, Cultural Studies, Performance Studies, Critical Theory
Gregoria (she/her) is a PhD candidate in the Department of Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley. She holds a B.A. in History & Theater Arts from UC Santa Cruz (2013), an M.A. in History from the University of Chicago (2017), and an M.A. in Ethnic Studies from UC Berkeley (2020). She is broadly interested in 20th-century Latinx & Caribbean histories, race, sexuality, and empire, aesthetic archives, and queer geographies. Her dissertation attends to Panamanian & Caribbean aesthetics and geographies under occupation and dictatorship.
Lok Siu (Co-Chair)
Jovan Scott Lewis (Co-Chair)
Ethnic Studies 10AC: History of Race & Ethnicity in the North American West (Fall 2019)
Ethnic Studies 11AC: Introduction to Ethnic Studies (Fall 2020)
Chicano Studies 50: Introduction to Chicano History (Fall 2021)
Ethnic Studies 10AC: History of Race & Ethnicity in the North American West (Spring 2022)