Larry Estrada

Associate Professor


Biography Larry Estrada is an associate professor and director of the American Cultural Studies program, and is the president of the National Association for Ethnic Studies. His scholarship focuses on the impacts of changing demographics on our country's social, cultural and economic climate.   Interest Areas Race and ethnicity in America; Chicana-Hispano studies; urban multicultural education; U.S. - Mexican relations. Social Theory, Comparative Cultural and Ethnic Studies, U.S./Mexican Border Relations, Mesoamerican Culture and Mythology, Chicano/a Studies; Director of American Cultural Studies.   Links See Larry's profile in WWU's Innovative Teaching Showcase from 2005-06 American Cultural Studies Video made by the students of "Race, Culture and Society in the Latino Caribe" - Winter 2010 course, FAIR 337L, in the Dominican Republic