• Upcoming book by Dr. Patrisia Gonzales, Traditional Indian Medicine: American Indian Wellness

  • 2016 MAS Retreat at Tucson Botanical Gardens

  • Faculty ready for the 2016 MAS Commencement Ceremony

  • 10th Anniversary Cesar Chavez Building

  • The University of Arizona Mall -- view to the West at sunset.

    The University of Arizona Mall -- view to the West at sunset.

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Dr. Téllez and Dr. Romero talk Ethnic Studies in 2017
Advocating for Ethnic Studies in 2017 Lessons from Ethnic Studies on Strategic Courage By Andrea Romero and Michelle Téllez On May 5 2011, a small group of faculty from the Arizona Ethnic Studies... read more
Congratulations to Dr. Patrisia Gonzales for her new book, Traditional Indian Medicine: American Indian Wellness
New Book Addresses Traditional, Indigenous Healing Practices   Patrisia Gonzales, an associate professor in the UA Department of Mexican American Studies, has published a textbook on indigenous... read more
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Mexican American Studies
César E. Chávez Building Rm 208
P.O.Box 210023

FedX Address:
1110 E. James Rogers Way
Tucson, AZ 85721-0023
Tel: (520) 621-7551
Fax: (520) 621-7966

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Department Head
Anna O'Leary

César E. Chávez Building Rm 207A
Tel: (520) 626-8134
Fax: (520) 621-7966

olearya@email.arizona.edu