TEACHING

Matt Garcia’s Popular Courses

Dartmouth College

(2017-Present)

  • LATS 3Introduction to Latino Studies – 10
  • LATS 44/ANTH 12.19– Crossing Over: Latinx Roots and Transitions – 12

 

Arizona State University

(2011-2017)

Brown University

(2003- 2007)

  • American Civilization 1904D, End of the West: The Closing of the U.S. Western Frontier in Images and Narrative (Spring 2011)
  • Ethnic Studies 50, Introduction to Ethnic Studies (Fall 2010)
  • Ethnic Studies 1870A, Ethnic Los Angeles Seminar (Spring 2009)
  • Ethnic Studies 1900F.01, Ethnic Studies Senior Seminar (Spring 2008)
  • 
American Civilization 1903B S01, Alien-nation: Latina/o Im/migration in Comparative Perspectives (Spring 2008, Fall 2010)
  • 
Humanities 197.01, Eating Cultures: Food and Society (Fall 2008; Spring 2011)
  • History 197.84, Undergraduate Seminar, Eating Cultures: Food and Race (Spring 2007)
  • Ethnic Studies 50/American Civilization 75, Undergraduate Lecture course, Introduction to American/Ethnic Studies (Fall 2006)
  • 
Ethnic Studies 9, First Year Undergraduate Seminar, Living for Change: Movements for Social Justice (Fall 2006)
  • History 197.54/Ethnic Studies 187, Seminar, Ethnic L.A. (Spring 2006)
  • Ethnic Studies 79, Seminar, Theory Into Practice: Service Learning at a Dual Language Charter School (Spring 2006, co-taught)
  • Ethnic Studies 50/American Civilization 75, Lecture course, Introduction to American/Ethnic Studies (Fall 2005)
  • American Civilization 190.03, Seminar, Chicana/Chicano Studies (Fall 2005)
  • American Civilization 160, Undergraduate Lecture course, Sex, Love, and Race: Miscegenation, Mixed-Race, and Interracial Relations (Spring 2005)
  • 
Ethnic Studies 192: Theory Into Practice: A Service Learning at a Dual Language Charter School (Spring 2005; co- taught)
  • Ethnic Studies 50/American Civilization 75, Undergraduate Lecture course, Introduction to American/Ethnic Studies (Fall 2004)
  • Ethnic Studies 190, Undergraduate/Graduate Seminar, Alien-nation: Latina/o Immigration in Comparative Perspectives (Fall 2004)
  • 
Ethnic Studies 27, Undergraduate Lecture course, Introduction to Latina/o Studies (Spring 2004)
  • 
Ethnic Studies 180, Advanced Undergraduate/Graduate Seminar, Ethnic Los Angeles (Spring 2004)
  • American Civilization 201, Graduate Seminar, Interdisciplinary Methods (Fall 2003)

University of Oregon

(2000-2003)

  • Sports, Race, and Gender (History 399, Summer 2003)
  • Race and Labor (History 608, Spring 2003)
  • Ethnic Studies Proseminar: Theory, Creativity, Activism (ES499; Spring 2003)
  • Latinas/Chicanas: Work and Politics (ES399; Fall 2002)
  • Sex, Love, Race: Miscegenation, Mixed-Race, and Interracial Relations (ES399; Spring 2002, Spring 2007)

  • U.S. Popular Culture and Ethnicity in America (HIST410/510, ES407/507; Summer 2001, Spring 2002)

  • Introduction to Ethnic Studies, Part II (ES102; Spring 2001, Winter 2002)

  • Race and Ethnicity in the American West (HIST 449/549; Spring 2001, 2002)

  • Introduction to Ethnic Studies, Part I (ES101; Winter 2001, Fall 2002)

  • The Chicano/Latino Experience, Part II (ES255, Winter 2001)

  • The Chicano/Latino Experience, Part I (ES254, Fall 2000)

University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign 

(1998-2001)

  • History of the American West: A Legacy of Conquest and Resistance (Spring 1997, 2000)
  • Caribbean Latina/Latino Migration: Puerto Ricans, Cubans, Dominicans, and Central Americans in the United States (Spring 2000)
  • Seminar in American History Since 1789: The West (Graduate; Fall 1999)
  • U.S. Mexican American History: Ethnicity, Culture, and Identity in the United States (Fall 1996, 1999)
  • U.S. History, 1877 to the Present (Spring 1999)
  • Constructing Race: Asians, Africans, Native Americans and Latinas/Latinos in the United States (Spring 1999)
  • Territories and Boundaries: Interdisciplinary Latina/Latino Faculty/Graduate Seminar (Graduate, Spring 1999)
  • Lecturer in Environmental Studies (Fall 1998)
  • U.S. Latina/o Immigration and Migration History (Spring 1997)
  • The United States, 1877 to the present (Fall 1996)
  • U.S. Latina/o History (Spring 1996)

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