Priscilla Ybarra | Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

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Priscilla Ybarra

Associate Professor, Department of English
(940) 565-2050
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407 E Language Bldg

Dr. Priscilla Solis Ybarra, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of North Texas. Dr. Ybarra's research is on Chicana/o contributions to environmental thought, and her publications include "Erasure by U.S. Legislation: Ruiz de Burton's Nineteenth-Century Novels and the Lost Archive of Mexican American Environmental Knowledge," Environmental Criticism for the Twenty-First Century_ (2010); "Borderlands as Bioregion: Jovita González, Gloria Anzaldúa, and the Twentieth Century Ecological Revolution in the Rio Grande Valley" MELUS_(2009); and a book chapter "Lo Que Quiero es Tierra: Longing and Belonging in Cherríe Moraga's Ecological Vision" New Perspectives on Environmental Justice: Gender, Sexuality, and Activism (2004). Dr. Ybarra has lectured on Chicana/o environmental approaches at many U.S. and international universities and currently teaches courses on Latina/o Literature and environmental literary studies. http:// pybarra.weebly.com

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