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Nannette Regua, M.A.


M.A., Sarah Lawrence College;
B.A., San José State University

Research Interests
U.S. history, Chicano history, women's history, ethnic studies

Professor Regua joined The National Hispanic University's faculty in 2005 and currently teaches history and ethnic studies courses. Her interest in history began through researching the United Farm Workers (UFW) union and its founders César Chávez and Dolores Huerta. As a graduate student, she volunteered for the UFW, organizing strawberry pickers in Watsonville, Calif. In 2009, professor Regua co-authored Mexicans in San José, a photographic history of Mexicans and Mexican-Americans. She is presently researching and interviewing Chicanas who were activists and leaders during San José's Chicano movement of the 1960s.


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