Kristie Valdez-Guillen

Published: August 26, 2019

Graduate Student, Department of Musicology, UCLA Kristie Valdez-Guillen is a Southeast Los Angeles native working toward her PhD in Musicology. Her research bridges her commitments to transformative political mobilization and the arts, by focusing on radical Chicanx sonic cultural productions. Grounded in Chicanx, Indigenous, and Black Studies, her work centers urban humanities from an intersectional, decolonial…

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John Kardosh

Published: August 26, 2019

Graduate Student, Department of Philosophy, UCLA John Kardosh is completing his Ph.D. in philosophy at UCLA. His research focuses on the history and psychology of logic and reasoning. John is also interested in the pedagogical applications of his research. He has worked with organizations both in the US and abroad to help integrate critical thinking…

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Hyobin Won

Published: August 26, 2019

Graduate Student, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, UCLA  Hyobin Won is a 4th year Ph.D. candidate in the Asian Languages and Cultures Department. Her research focuses on conversation analysis and phonetics. She has currently been working on manifestation of listenership in Korean conversations. EPIC Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Project  “Teaching Reactive Responses in…

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Jacqueline Barrios

Published: March 27, 2019

Graduate Student, Department of English, UCLA  Jacqueline Barrios is a PhD student at UCLA’s Department of English studying London and 19C British/American literature.  Her current project investigates London-Pacific transurban imaginaries—geographies of East Asian Pacific Rim entanglement with the British capital. She is also a member of UCLA’s Urban Humanities Institute, and applies urban humanist pedagogies…

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Karime Parodi Ambel

Published: September 5, 2018

Graduate Student, Spanish and Portuguese, UCLA Karime Parodi is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at UCLA. She studies representations of sexual violence, bias against women victims of sexual assault, and the relationship between law and literature. EPIC Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Project “Queering Latin American Studies”

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