22 Education Building
Event Type: Lecture
Speaker Information: Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales
Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales is an award-winning distinguished professor in the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University. Since 2000, she’s taught Asian American Studies focusing on Filipina/x/o (American) Studies, women studies, and courses focused on the praxis of Ethnic Studies pedagogy. She is also an affiliated faculty member in the Educational Leadership. She has mentored hundreds of critical master’s and doctoral students and now teaches and works in schools, colleges, and community organizations nationwide.
Before her position at SFSU, she did her undergraduate work at UC Berkeley in Ethnic Studies and received her Ph.D. from UCLA in Education. In 2001, she founded Pin@y Educational Partnerships (PEP), a “barangay” that provides Ethnic Studies courses and curriculum, develops radical educators, and creates resources for Filipina/x/o communities and similarly marginalized people.
Over the past two decades, she has worked with school districts, counties, and states to co-develop community-rooted Ethnic Studies, Social Justice, and Filipino Language curricula. She has developed models of teacher development that are being used throughout California and beyond. She is also the co-founder and director of Community Responsive Education (CRE), a national firm that supports the development of responsive, equitable, and justice-driven educators. She is the author of four books of curriculum and many articles focused on the applications of critical pedagogy, Ethnic Studies curriculum, Motherscholarship, and Pinayism.
Contact: Alyson Stephenson217-265-6525
Sponsor: Office of the Provost, Asian American Studies, Asian American Cultural Center, and DEME Committee