Dissertation (Working Title):
Guadalupe’s Prophecy: Juan Banderas and the Yaqui Revolution of 1825-1833.
B.A., Native American Studies, Minors in History & Chicano/a Studies, University of California, Davis, 2012.
Fellowships, Grants, and Awards:
-Provost's Fellowship in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of California, Davis, 2012-2013.
-Social Justice Initiative Research Grant, University of California, Davis, Summer 2015.
-Dissertation Year Fellowship, University of California, Davis, 2019-2020.
- “Voces Entre el Desierto y el Anáhuac: The Role of Aztec and Yaqui Song as Intermediary Between Worlds.” Northern California Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Meeting. San Francisco State University, 2014.
- “Moctezuma’s Banner: The Juan Banderas Uprising in Sonora, 1825-1833.” Social Justice Initiative Graduate Research Fellow’s Presentations. University of California, Davis, 2016.
- “Yaqui Resilience and Worldviews, Ancestral Geographies, and the Juan Banderas Revolution of 1825-1833.” Latin American Studies Association Congress. Barcelona, 2018.
- "‘Going About Like Eagles’: Chimalpahin's Nahuatl Account of the Early Seventeenth-Century Japanese Delegation Visits to Colonial Mexico.” 7th Annual Native American Studies Graduate Student Symposium. University of California, Davis, 2018.