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Cuádraz receives AHC humanities award

Gloria Holguin Cuadraz. Photo by Beatriz Verdugo/UANews

Gloria Holguin Cuadraz. Photo courtesy of ASU

Dr. Gloria H. Cuádraz, associate professor in the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies, New College, at Arizona State University, has received the Arizona Humanities Council (AHC) 2013 Dan Shilling Public Humanities Scholar Award. Dr. Cuádraz has presented and published many studies of the philosophy and practice of oral history research, the history of Litchfield Park, Arizona, and the history of Latinas in higher education. She was awarded funding from the AHC for her research on the Mexican Americans of Litchfield Park Oral History Project and currently serves on the boards of the Arizona Women’s Heritage Trail and the Arizona Association for Chicanos in Higher Education. Each year, the AHC honors individuals, organizations or businesses for their contributions to, and advancement of, the humanities.

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This Article appears on the June 2013 issue of LPM under Moving Up

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