Testimonio: Mind-Body-Spirit Pedagogy

Xicana Living Pedagogies Graduate Interest Group Presents: 
Dr. Judith Flores Carmona
Assistant Professor New Mexico State University
Testimonio: Mind-Body-Spirit Pedagogy
Friday November 2nd, 2012
Communications 126
Dr. Judith Flores Carmona is an Assistant Professor in the Honors College and in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at New Mexico State University. Her research interests include Chicana/Latina feminist theory, critical race feminism, oral history, social justice education, and testimonio methodology and pedagogy. She is one of the editors of the Equity and Excellence in Education Special Issue, “Chicana/Latina Testimonios: Methodologies, Pedagogies, and Political Urgency.”

She is also working on two books:
Burciaga, R., Flores Carmona, J., Delgado Bernal, D., & Yosso, T. (under contract). Educación In Nepantla: Living and Learning in Latina/o Borderlands. Routledge.

Flores Carmona, J. & Luschen, K. (Eds.) (under contract) Critical (Hi)Stories: Crafting Pedagogies of Collaboration, Inclusion, Re(presentation) and Voice. Peter Lang.

Sponsored by: Xicana Living Pedagogies: Resistance, Testimonios and Transformation, M.E.Ch.A de UW and UW Women of Color Collective


12 thoughts on “Testimonio: Mind-Body-Spirit Pedagogy

  1. Baker affirms that the moment of consumption is one of the processes in which we try to show the definition of our social identity. It is a way of describing ourselves to others, a subjective interpretation of how we are as people. Therefore, within consumption we find two concepts:

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