T. Mark Montoya, PhD
Associate Professor, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Teacher of the Year 2014-2015
Northern Arizona University
Fall 2019 Office Hours
- U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
- Borderlands Pedagogy
- Chicanx/Latinx Studies
- First Generation Student Experiences
- Hip Hop
T. Mark Montoya, PhD, is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Northern Arizona University. Dr. Montoya’s research and teaching focus on Chicanx/Latinx Studies, U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, First Generation Student Experiences, Citizenship, and Hip Hop. Montoya has also been involved with NAU’s First Generation Programs and Student Initiatives, NAU’s New Student Orientation, the Northern Arizona Dream Fund, and the Board of Directors for the Association for Borderlands Studies. In addition, he is the faculty advisor to two student organizations (MEChA de NAU and Omega Delta Phi), and is the co-organizer of NAU’s Hip-Hop Week. Montoya was named the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Teacher of the Year for the 2014-2015 Academic Year, and he serves with NAU’s Teaching Academy as an Affiliate.
Gooding, Jr., Frederick W. and T. Mark Montoya. 2019. “It Takes a Nation of Millions: How to Freestyle a Hip Hop Curriculum.” In Critical Intersections in Contemporary Curriculum & Pedagogy, ed L. Jewett, F. Calderon-Berumen and M. Espinosa-Dulanto, 161-174. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Montoya, T. Mark. 2016. “Bad Fences Make Bad Neighbors: Challenging the Citizenship Regime in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.” Eurasia Border Review, 7(1): 71-85.
Montoya, T. Mark. 2016. “But It’s a Dry Hate: Illegal-Americans, Other-Americans, and the Citizenship Regime.” In White Washing American Education: The New Culture Wars in Ethnic Studies, Volume 2: Higher Education, ed D.M. Sandoval, A.J. Ratcliff, T.L. Buenavista, and J.R. Marin, 19-40. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Publishers.
Montoya, T. Mark. 2016. “Rage, Courage, Encourage: Citizenship in the College Classroom.” In Going Inward: The Role of Cultural Introspection in College Teaching, ed S.D. Longerbeam and A.F. Chávez, 162-169. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Montoya, T. Mark. 2013. “Emergent Indigenous Identities at the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.” In The Politics of Identity: Emerging Indigeneity, ed M. Harris, M. Nakata, and B. Carlson, 78-108. Sydney, AU: University of Technology Sydney Press/Sydney University Press.