Stephany Bravo

Stephany  Bravo
  • PhD Student
  • Chicano/Latino Studies
  • Department of English

Bio

Stephany Bravo is a doctoral student in the Department of English and the Chicano/Latino Studies.  She received her bachelor's degree in Chicana/o Studies and Latin American Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara. In 2018, she earned a master’s degree in Mexican American Studies at the California State University of Los Angeles, completing a thesis titled: “The Hub Dis-placed: An Archival Re-collection of Compton’s Narratives.” Her current research historicizes and engages Latinx/a/o and Black populations in Compton through cultural production as expressed within altered spaces, murals, archives, and poetry. 

Areas of Specialization: Art as Resistance (Murals, Grafitti, Tagging, Placas), Chicanx and Latinx Popular Cultures and Subcultures, Community Archives and Curations, Relational Race and Ethnicity.


Links

https://english.msu.edu/graduate-students/stephany-bravo/