Publications & Presentations
Curry, Julia E
Publications & Presentations
- O'Riley, Andrea, editor.. ""Mothers on the Move: An Overview of Immigrant and Refugee Women"" Demeter Press. Book Chapter. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Demeter Press, (May 2014).
- Blackmer Reyes, Kathryn and Julia E. Curry Rodríguez. "Testimonio: Origins, Terms
and Resources" Article. Vol. 45. Issue 3. (August 2012). pp.525-538.
Abstract: People of color in the United States have utilized the liberationist testimonio as both methodology and narrative development. This essay provides a discussion about the roots of testimonio in Latin America and how it has been transformed, integrating qualitative research approaches, oral history, spoken word, and memoir writings by Chicanas and Latinas. The major objective of this essay is to provide guidance for the bibliographic search as a reference guide to the research scholar. Beginning with an exploration of terms used for bibliographic searches, the essay provides insight on navigating Library of Congress terms and desired outcomes in situated knowledge. A special feature of this essay is a primer bibliography organized in three sections. Part One identifies a selected list of Latin American testimonios identified as Roots/Origins. The second section focuses on Chicana/o Scholars’ Uses of Narrative/Testimonio, focusing on experiential reflections in diverse institutions, locations, and in personal writing as a methodology to conduct research and to bear witness to their experiences. The third section is called Testimonio and Dissertations by Chicana/o and Latina/o scholars, using testimonio as a methodology in educational research.
- Curry, Julia E.. "Labor Migration and Familial Responsibilities: Experiences of Mexican Women" Kendall Hunt. Book Chapter. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt, (2007).
- Curry, Rodriguez, Julia E., PI with the assistance of Alicia Tinley, Rosaura Galeana Cisneros, Sandra Aguilera, Martin Ortiz, Socorro Galvez, Omar Espinosa Garra and Laura Villasana.. "Mapping Services for Immigrant Pupils. With Mexican Research Partners from non-profit organizations: Ciexce, Contracorriente And Bases Magisteriales" Unpublished Research Grant Report: Grant Number: 1035-1818. (2006).
- Curry, Julia E. "Labor Migration and Familial Responsibilities: Experiences of Mexican Women" Kendall Hunt. Book Chapter. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt, (2002).
- Curry, Julia E. "Meeting the needs of linguistically diverse children: California legislation and the future of bilin" Libraries Unlimited. Book Chapter. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, (January 2001).
- Curry, Julia E with Eugene E. Garcia. "The education of limited English proficient students in California schools: An assessment " Article. Vol. 24. Issue 1&2. (January 2000). pp.11-24.
- Curry, Julia E. with Patricia Gándara, Julie Maxwell-Jolly, Eugene Garcia, Jolynn Asato, Kris Gutiérrez, and Tom Stritikus. ""The Initial Impact of Proposition 227 on the Instruction of English Learners.” " UC Linguistic Minority Research Institute Education Policy Center, UC Davis. Research Report. Santa Barbara, CA: UC Linguistic Minority Research Institute Education Policy Center, UC Davis, (2000).
- Curry, Julia E. "Immigrant contributions / las contribuciones de los emigrantes." Little, Brown. Book Chapter. Boston, MA: Little, Brown, (1999).