Rita M. Palacios|
School of Interdisciplinary Studies|
- Bachelor of Applied Health Information Science (Honours)
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – Accounting, Audit and Information Technology
- Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – International Business Management
- Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice (Honours)
- Bachelor of Early Learning Program Development (Honours)
- Bachelor of Engineering – Electronic Systems Engineering
Academic and Professional Designations ||
SPAN71010: Introduction to Spanish Language and Culture
SPAN72010: Spanish Language and Culture II
SPAN73010: Spanish Language and Culture III
Areas of Expertise & Interest|
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities|
Assistant Professor of Spanish, Concordia University
Assistant Professor of Latin American Literature, California State University, Long Beach
Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications |
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Palacios, Rita and Paul Worley. "(Re)Technologizing the Word: Recording, Knowledge, and the Decolonial Aesthetics of Maya Ts'íib."
Indigenous Interfaces: Spaces, Technology, and Social Networks in Mexico and Central America, edited by Jennifer and Gloria Chacón. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2019.
Palacios, Rita M. "Scars That Run Deep: Performing Violence in the Work of Regina José Galindo and Rosa Chávez."Human and Environmental Justice in Guatemala",
edited by Stephen Henighan and Candace Johnson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018.
Palacios, Rita M. "Weaving Gender In and Out in the Work of Humberto Ak'abal." 'The Five Cardinal Points of Contemporary Indigenous Literature' issue,
Diálogo 19.1 (Spring 2016): 105-118.
Palacios, Rita M. "Actos peatonales, actos de consumo: La queerificación del espacio en La estrategia de Chochueca de Rita Indiana Hernández".
Hispania. 97.4(2014): 366-77.
Rita is a passionate teacher who enjoys challenging her students to think beyond language. She
to laugh with her students and sees learning opportunities everywhere.