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Abriendo Puertas, Cerrando Herridas (Opening Doors, Closing Wounds): Latinas/os Finding Work-Life Balance in Academia


reviewed by Julie López Figueroa & Rebeca Burciaga — July 05, 2016

coverTitle: Abriendo Puertas, Cerrando Herridas (Opening Doors, Closing Wounds): Latinas/os Finding Work-Life Balance in Academia
Author(s): Frank Hernandez, Elizabeth Murakami, and Gloria M. Rodriguez (Eds.)
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 168123064X, Pages: 276, Year: 2015
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 05, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21360, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 7:04:59 PM

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  • Julie Figueroa
    Sacramento State University
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    JULIE LÓPEZ FIGUEROA is a Professor of Ethnic Studies and is also an Affiliate Faculty of the Educational Leadership Program at Sacramento State University. Her areas of expertise focus on teaching and learning in higher education within diverse classroom settings, inclusive qualitative methods, and the academic experiences of first generation students that result in academic success, particularly Latino males in higher education. Dr. Figueroa is recognized as one of the earliest contributors informing and framing the body of knowledge examining the academic success of Latino males in higher education.
  • Rebeca Burciaga
    San José State University
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    REBECA BURCIAGA is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at San José State University where she teaches in the M.A. and Ed.D. programs. Her research is focused on three interrelated strands of inquiry: the socio-historical conditions and deficit ideologies that shape educational opportunities from pre-schooling through profession, the roles that families and communities play in supporting students’ personal and academic success; and the community cultural wealth of historically marginalized students, teachers, and school administrators.
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