Kristy L Ulibarri
What I do
Kristy L. Ulibarri is Assistant Professor in the Department of English and Literary Art who studies and teaches Latinx literary and cultural studies. She is also affiliate faculty with the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies program.
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- Ph.D., English Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2012
- MA, English, University of Northern Colorado, 2005
- BA, English, University of Northern Colorado, 2003
- Latina/o Studies Association
- Modern Language Association
- Dreaming of Deportation: Imagining Otherwise in Maceo Montoya’s The Deportation of Wopper Barraza
- The Latinos Are Coming!: Visible Immigrant Bodies and Invisible Labor in Urrea and Henríquez
- "_Homo æconomicus_, the Capitalocene, and Temporality in Alex Rivera’s _Sleep Dealer_"
- The “Brown Peril” as Malthusian Catastrophe: Im/migrant Labor in Cristina Henriquez’s The Book of Unknown Americans
- The Cultural Politics of Agua: Latinx Narratives and Water Futures
- DULCCES Research and Creative Work Grant , DU Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship
- Internationalization Grant, DU Office of Internationalization