• Digital Media & Society
  • Race, Gender, Sexuality, Class and Information & Technology
  • Digital Social Justice
  • Latinx Information Technology Histories and Socio-Techno Practices

Invited Presentations

“Latina Information Workers in Telecommunications.” (March 2017). Special Interest Group for Computers, Information and Society. The Computer History Museum.

Colloquia Speaker Series. (February 2016). “Latina Information Workers in Telecommunications: Intersectional Experiences in the Bell System.” Department of Information Studies, University of California Los-Angeles.

Smalley Lecture. (April 2015). “Towards a Critical Latina Technology and Information Studies: Latinas in the Bell System, 1973-1984.” Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

Conference Presentation

Panel presentation. (September 2018). Joint Conference of Librarians of Color (JCLC).

Poster presentation. (September 2018). JCLC.

Panel presentation. (March 2015). “Pipelines and pathways into the information professions.” iConference. Newport Beach, California.

Paper Presentation. (May 2014). “Neoliberal Intimacies: Latina/o Information Workers.” Gender, Bodies, Technologies Conference. Blacksburgh, VA.


  • Searching for Answers: Meeting Users’ Information Needs. (Graduate: Hybrid online). GSLIS, URI.
  • Multiculturalism in Libraries. (Graduate: Asynchronous). GSLIS, URI.
  • Introduction to Information Science and Technologies. (Graduate: Hybrid). GSLIS, URI.
  • Humanities Information and Materials. (Graduate: Hybrid). GSLIS, URI.
  • Document, Assess, and Evaluate. GSLIS, URI. (Graduate: Online)
  • History of Libraries. GSLIS, URI. (Graduate: Online)
  • Research Methods & Design. I3 Institute. School of Information Sciences. University of Pittsburgh. (Undergraduate: on-campus)
  • Race, Gender, and Information Technologies. iSchool, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. (Undergraduate: on-campus)

Created Courses

  • Social Justice in Young Adult and Children’s Literature
  • Immigrant & Migrant Information Contexts & Practices
  • Critical Disability Approaches in Library and Information Studies



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