About Andrea Hernandez Holm
Doctor of Philosophy, Mexican American Studies
Master of Science, Mexican American Studies
Master of Arts, American Indian Studies
Bachelor of Arts, English
- Holm, Andrea Hernández. “Excavating Narratives Violence: Stories of West Texas and Mexican American Women.” Journal of South Texas (2018).
- Holm, Andrea Hernández and Yesenia Andrade. “Educational Sovereignty for Latin@ Students in Arizona.” Bilingual Review/Revista Bilingue 3, no.33 (2016) http://bilingualreview.utsa.edu/index.php/br/issue/view/5/showToc
- Holm, Andrea Hernández. “Literature,” “Violence,” “Canadian Border,” “The Devil’s Highway,” “Texas,” and “Military Recruitment” (entries) in Encyclopedia of Undocumented Immigration, edited by Anna Ochoa O’Leary. ABC-CLIO (2014).
- Holm, Andrea Hernández. “Recovering the Rain.” Chicana/Latina Studies: The Journal of MALCS 12, no.2 (2013). http://www.thisbridgecalledcyberspace.net/journal_content.php?id=294
- Holm, Andrea Hernández. “Writing from the Heart: Historia of a Banned Book.” Arizona Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 2 (2013). https://journals.uair.arizona.edu/index.php/azjis/article/view/16926
- Holm, Andrea Hernández. “Wearing Native America.” Enduring Question series. ABC-CLIO (2012).
- Holm, Andrea Hernández. “Why We Need Native American Studies.” Enduring Question series. ABC-CLIO (2012).
American Indian Health and Wellness
Community, Culture, and Identity
Overview of Mexican American Studies
Mexican American Studies Senior Capstone
American Indian Oral Traditions
American Indian Literature