John Nieto-Phillips and Thomas R. Conner Join SAR Board of Directors
Nieto-Phillips received his BA, MA, and PhD (all in history) from the University of California, Los Angeles. He currently serves as editor of Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures. Nieto-Phillips’s books include The Language of Blood: The Making of Spanish-American Identity in New Mexico, 1880s–1930s (UNM Press, 2004) and the co-edited volume Interpreting Spanish Colonialism: Empires, Nations, and Legends (UNM Press, 2005).
—Thomas R. Conner
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