Position title: Associate Professor of American Studies, University of Maryland
Website: Perla Guerrero's website
Dr, Guerrero’s publications include the monograph Nuevo South: Asians, Latinas/os, and the Remaking of Place (University of Texas Press, 2017); “Yellow Peril in Arkansas: War, Christianity, and the Regional Racialization of Vietnamese Refugees,” Kalfou: A Journal of Comparative and Relational Ethnic Studies Vol.3, No. 2, Fall 2016; “Chicana/o History as Southern History: Race, Place, and the U.S. South,” in A Promising Problem: The New Chicana/o History edited by Carlos Kevin Blanton (University of Texas Press, 2016): 83-110; “A Tenuous Welcome for Latinas/os and Asians: States‚ Rights Discourse in Late 20th Century Arkansas,” in Race and Ethnicity in Arkansas: Perspectives on the African American and Latino/a Experience edited by John Kirk (University of Arkansas Press, 2014): 141-151. Guerrero is the Director of Latina/o Studies at the University of Maryland and an affiliate of the Asian American Studies Program, the Center for Global Migration Studies, and the Latin American Studies Center.