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1 María Eugenia López 1829 Sigma Chi Rd NE Albuquerque, NM MSC Education Preparatoria Blaise Pascal- High school diploma, 2001 University of Texas at El Paso-B.A. Anthropology and Political Science University of Texas at El Paso-M.A. History, University of New Mexico-PhD. American Studies (In-progress). Conferences August Panel title: La Comunidad Dentro del la Historia Fronteriza: community, archives and museums. Presentation title: Museo Mayachen: a community museum that creates an equitable retelling of the past. MALCS (Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social) Summer Institute. Los Angeles, California. May Presentation title: Mexican and Mexican American Women Entering the Labor Force in the U. S-México Border, Western Association of Women Historians, 44th Annual Conference at Berkley, California. Moderator during the 12 th Mexican Literature Conference at the University of Texas at El Paso, March 1-3, November Presentation title: NUNCA MAS SIN NOSOTRAS: Mexican and Mexican American women in the U.S- Mexico Border labor force. Association of American Studies, conference theme: Beyond the Logic of Debt, Toward an Ethics of Collective Dissent. Washington, D.C. November Presentation title: Community Museums in the U.S.-Mexico Border: An Analysis Of Place and Narratives of Struggle. Association of American Studies, conference theme: The Fun and the Fury: New Dialectics of Pleasure and Pain in the Post-American Century. Los Angeles, California. March Transnational Research Collective roundtable. First annual Raza Graduate Student Association Conference. Albuquerque, N.M. July Presentation title: Breaking the Chains of Poverty: Women Building Transnational Networks for Social, Cultural and Economic Sustainability. MALCS (Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social) Summer Institute.

2 March Presentation title: Precarity, State-violence and Affective labor: Representation of Filipina and Mexican migrant domestic workers in Transnational film. AAAS (Association for Asian American Studies) Publications Vasquez, Irene. And M. Lopez Introduction. In Vol. I Trasnational Cultural Production. Transnational Working Paper Series by Southwest Hispanic Research Institute (SHRI) Teaching Experience Teaching Assistant at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque New Mexico. Spring Spring 2016 Instructor of the course Introduction to Southwest Studies. Spring 2013-Summer Instructor of the course Race, Class and Ethnicity. Fall 2014 Instructor of the course Women in Latin America. Fall 2015 Instructor of Chicana Feminisms. Spring 2016 Curatorial experience Curator and Advisor for Museo Urbano or Urban Museum. Responsible for researching artifacts, architectural history, and other lost stories in this iconic and historic district in El Paso, Texas. Produced text panels to accompany artifacts and photographs. Conducted workshops on history and identity as well as other community outreach programs. Coordinated local junior college students to volunteer in this museum and contribute using their talents and interests. November Member of the curatorial team for the exhibit Borderlands Reinvented and Revisited: Portuguese Language Literature in Print and Image at the Herzstein Latin American Gallery, Zimmerman Library, at the University of New Mexico. For the past four years, volunteer judge for the Annual National History Day hosted by the UTEP History Department. Also, volunteer judge for the El Paso Independent School District History Day Fair for the last three years. Experience Health Promoter, ASETECO, A.C Oaxaca, México My position at this non-profit organization was to visit nearly 10 indigenous communities during the summer, in order to provide health workshops for specific groups. As a Health promoter, I had to develop the capacity to establish a bond of trust with the people, in order for them to participate and talk about the main health problems attacking their community

3 Promoter, CECAMO. A. C, Oaxaca, México This organization worked specifically in improving the economical situation of women in several indigenous communities. My role as a promoter was to provide consultant work of a financial program based on the ideas of the Grammen Bank (Bank of the poor), a program of microcredit, which means the extension of small loans to entrepreneurs too poor to qualify for traditional bank loans. Tutor. ASETECO, A.C, Oaxaca, México In this term, I was in charge of tutoring simple programs like Paint, Word and Encarta encyclopedia, to children of elementary school. The average age was from 6 to 12 years old. The tutoring consisted on teaching the children of an indigenous community named Tlalixtac (30- minutes away from Oaxaca, City). By the end of this summer course, the children had the knowledge and capabilities to handle the basics of a computer. Translator. INPRO. A. C, Chihuahua, México My duties consisted on translating Spanish to English, and vice-versa, historical, political, economical, etc., reports and documents in order for this organization to create a bilingual database of their processed information. Volunteer. Sin Fronteras Organizing Project, El Paso, Texas My participation at this organization as a volunteer since the beginning has consisted on learning how to work in every area added to being in contact and help one of the most marginal sectors in our society: the farmworkers. My duties varied depending on what is needed, paperwork, research, participation in meetings and tutoring. Director. Museo Mayachen, La Mujer Obrera, El Paso, Texas Responsible for the planning and development of permanent and temporary exhibitions for Mayachen Museum. Networking with the community of El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, to gather a variety of archival materials and oral histories for Museo Mayachen collection. Coordination of meetings for the community planning committee, and systematization/ documentation of community participation in the curation of exhibits. Research and documentation of information related to the history of the border and the various states of Mexico. Teaching Education Assistant at The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas 2011 Teaching Education Assistant at the Center for History Teaching and Learning Institute during the fall semester 2010 under the direction of Dr. Keith A. Erekson. Graduate Assistant at The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas. Summer 2011 History of the U. S since 1865, taught by Roland Rodriguez.

4 Graduate Assistant at The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas. Fall 2011 History of the U. S since 1865, taught by Dr. Sandra M. Deutsch. Graduate Assistant at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Fall 2012 Research Assistant for Dr. Rebecca Schreiber, Associate Professor of American Studies. Library Assistant at the Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico. Fall 2013-Spring Assist the librarian in managing the collections effectively. Assist the overall management of the Center for Southwest Research and help patrons finding and accessing resources as requested and when needed. Latin/ Latino Fellow at University Libraries, Inter-American Studies, Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico. Fall 2014-Spring Editor of the Chicana/o, Hispana/o, Latina/o Studies university library guide. Specialized collection development in Chicano and American Studies and bibliographic instruction in these disciplines. Representative of Binational Network of Craftswwomen Niu Matat Napawika ( Mujeres Unidas Trabajando) Fall Spring Responsible of grant writing and marketing of Niu Matat Napawika in United States. Graduate Assistant at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Summer Research Assistant for Dr. Gabriel Melendez, Associate Professor of American Studies. Skills Proficient in Windows and Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop) Bilingual English-Spanish skills Moderate Portuguese reader Curatorial Translator Archiving, Preservation and Digitizing Community outreach and public engagement Excellent project management and organizational skills

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