Vermont Humanities

Patricia Pedroza Gonzalez

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Patricia Pedroza Gonzalez earned her Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Latina and Feminist Pedagogy from Union Institute University, Cincinnati Ohio in 2010, her Master in The Arts in Teaching from the School for International Training, Brattleboro, VT in 2003, and her B.A in Chemist-Pharmacology from the University of San Nicolás De Hidalgo, Mexico.

Her international expertise has shaped her research experience and her current teaching involves Chicana/Latina Studies, American Studies, Feminisms made by Women of Color, and Global Education. She is also an independent performer and presents her artistic work for diverse audiences.

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Series Led by Patricia Pedroza Gonzalez

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Fleeing Dictatorship: Migration Stories of Cuban and Dominican Families

This series examines families displaced by the dictatorial regimes of Trujillo and Castro, exploring the complicated, ongoing relationships that those who come to the United States have with their home countries and cultures.

Vermont Humanities*** February 19, 2018