Ernesto Javier Martínez
|Office||322 Hendricks Hall|
|Fall Office Hours||Tuesday 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.|
|Affiliations||Ethnic Studies Department|
Research and Interests
Engaging Our Faculties: New Dialogues on Diversity in Higher Education (In progress)
This volume consists of 10 critical essays written by junior faculty of color from multiple disciplinary backgrounds and 10 responses to those essays written by university Presidents, Provosts, and Deans from across the nation. Each chapter and response points to new frameworks for understanding how universities can better address the institutional practices that encumber and constrain junior faculty of color and that ultimately undermine their effectiveness in pursuing transformative, social justice-oriented work.
- Comparative Ethnic Studies
- Lesbian and Gay/Queer Studies
- U.S. Latina and Latino literature and culture
- Literary Theory
- On Making Sense: Queer Race Narratives of Intelligibility (Stanford University Press, Forthcoming October, 2012).
- Gay Latino Studies: A Critical Reader, co-edited with Michael Hames-García (Duke University Press, 2011).
Articles and Book Chapters
- “Officially Advocated, Institutionally Underminded: Diversity Rhetoric and the Subjective Reality of Junior Faulty of Color,” co-written with Stephanie Fryberg and Victoria Plaut. International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities, and Nations. 11.2. (2012): 101-116.
- “Shifting the Site of Queer Enunciation: Manuel Muñoz and the Politics of Form,” Gay Latino Studies: A Critical Reader. Eds. Michael Hames-García and Ernesto J. Martínez. (Duke University Press, Forthcoming).
- “Re-membering Gay Latino Studies” (co-written with Michael Hames-García), Gay Latino Studies: A Critical Reader. Eds. Michael Hames-García and Ernesto J. Martínez. (Duke University Press, Forthcoming).
- “On Butler on Morrison On Language,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. (Forthcoming, Summer 2010).
- “Dying to Know: Identity and Self-Knowledge in Baldwin’s Another Country.” PMLA 124.3 (May 2009): 782-797.
Professor Martínez received his BA from Stanford University in 1998. He received an MA from Cornell University in 2003 and a PhD in 2005. He joined the faculty at the University of Oregon in 2006.