Ana Elizabeth Rosas is an Associate Professor of Chicano-Latino Studies and History at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). She was raised in South Central Los Angeles, California, and is a first-generation college graduate who received her B.A. and Ph.D. in History from the University of Southern California. Her interdisciplinary research centers on historicizing the emotive underpinnings of archive creation, preservation, and dissemination among Latina/o/x immigrant families across boundaries and borders.
Dr. Rosas teaches the Public Scholarship Seminar that informs and supports the Public Scholarship Team’s approach to public scholarship engagement within and beyond UCI. She looks forward to continuing to forge and share humane, imaginative, and generative connections, pathways, and spaces to teaching and mentoring students into learning from and supporting community histories, relationships, and spaces. Dr. Rosas is the recipient of UCI’s Chancellor’s Award for Faculty Mentor of the Year for her mentorship of undergraduate student researchers in UCI’s School of Humanities and School of Social Sciences.