Edwina Barvosa

Associate Professor

Contact Phone

805-893-5714

Office Location

4702 South Hall

Specialization

Chicana/Latina Feminist Thought, Political Philosophy, Gender Studies

Bio

Areas of study

  • Political Philosophy & Social Theory
  • Identity & Intersectionality
  • Chicana/Latina Feminist Thought
  • Race, Ethnicity and Politics, especially U.S. Latina/o Politics
  • Gender Studies

Education:

Ph.D.: Harvard University
M.A.: Harvard University
M.A.: Cambridge University
B.A.: Pomona College

Publications

Selected Publications

Wealth of Selves: Multiple Identities, Mestiza Consciousness, and the Subject of Politics, Texas A&M  University Press (2008)

"American Immigrants in American Conflict," Georgetown Journal of International Affairs(Summer/Fall 2006): 7-14.

“Mestiza Autonomy as Relational Autonomy: Ambivalence and the Social Character of Free Will,” Journal of Political Philosophy

Courses

Courses Taught:

  • FEMST 250DD
  • CH ST 1B