Dr. Tiffany González is an Assistant Professor of History at James Madison University. Prior to that she was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s History at the Newcomb Institute of Tulane University. She earned her Ph.D. in American History at Texas A&M University. Her research interests include Mexican American/Latinx history, women and gender, and American politics. Tiffany is revising her dissertation into a book manuscript. Her work has received support from the American Association of University Women, the Organization of American Historians, CMAS-Benson Latin American at the University of Texas, Austin Fellowship, the Coalition for Western Women’s History, and other prestigious entities. Tiffany is also a co-host of the New Books in Latino Studies podcast on the New Books Network and has worked extensively as a public historian utilizing oral history methodology, and managing a physical and digital archive.
TITLE: Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s History at the Newcomb Institute of Tulane University
Tentative Book Manuscript Title: Representation for Change: How Chicanas Transformed American Politics in the Twentieth Century