Literacidad en Contextos Globales (READ 440B)
This course engages students in the creation of digital assets that tell the stories of local Afro-PuertoRican artists and the communities they work in. The course invites students to apply digital, ethnographic and historical-archival research methods to the disruption of colonial narratives and spatial practices.
Blanca J. Rojas
Blanca J. Rojas has an M.A. in Education and an M.A. in English. At CSU Fullerton, she teaches courses in the Literacy & Reading Education and Chicana & Chicano Studies Departments. Her research interests include racial, linguistic, and spatial (re)imaginations in Contemporary Chicanx, African American, and Indigenous Literatures. In her personal time, Ms. Rojas loves reading, gardening, and traveling. She is an avid rock collector and loves to drink coffee (like in her profile picture). She is also the proud mama of Rio Sebastian, who is always all smiles!