Bernardo P. Gallegos

Presentations, Panels, & Symposiums

Bernardo Gallegos

Presentations, Panels, and Symposiums from 1990 on


Dancing the Comanches": The Santo Niño, La Virgen (of Guadalupe), and the Genizaro Indians of New Mexico, American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, May, 2010. 

Black Scholar Activists: The Revolution That Was Not Televised, Discussant, American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, May, 2010. 

Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender Issues in Research for Schools, Communities, and Neighborhoods, Co-Presenter, American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, New York, March 2008

Imposition of Western Education on Indigenous Peoples, American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2007. 

Global Perspectives on Indigenous Curricula, American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois, April, 2007. 

Indigenous Knowledge and Education, University of Arizona, South. Sierra Vista, Arizona. November 10, 2007.Participante y, Tallerino, Taller de Aprendizaje en la Participacion Intensiva en Communidades, ITESO, Guadalajara, May,25-28. 2007. 

Genizaros,Indian Slavery, and Indigenous Migrations in the Tierra Adentro. XVIII Feria del Libro de Antropologia e Historia, Museo De Antropologia, Mexico, DF, September 7-17, 2006. 

Indigenous Translations: El Colegio de Santa Cruz de Tlaltelolco, Our Lady of Guadalupe, and the Politics of Identity in Mexico. American Educational Research Association, San Diego, April 2004.

Performing School in the Shadow of Imperialism: A Hybrid, (Coyote) Interpretation. American Educational Studies Association, Mexico City, November 2003.

Racism Is So Personal: Sites of Struggle (Panelist) American Educational Studies Association, Pittsburgh, November 2002. 

Teachers and Teacher Educators Reflecting Critically on Their Work (Discussant) American Educational Studies Association, Pittsburgh, November, 2002. 

Strange Performances: Education Policy and Practice in Postcolonial Context. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, April, 2002. 

After the Nation, Before the State. Featured Respondent, Keynote Session, American Educational Studies Association, Vancouver, Canada, November, 2000.

Readers Theater: Lessons at the Crossroad: Education, Cultural Studies, and the Circle of Performance. Panel participant, American Educational Studies Association, Vancouver, Canada, November, 2000.

Criados, y Coyotes: Indian Servitude in New Mexico. McNickle Colloquium, Newberry Library, Chicago, February, 2000

Criadas, Genizaros, y Coyotes: Indian Servants and their Descendents in New Mexico. Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, February,, 2000.Memory, Location, and Theory in Postcolonial Education. Keynote Address, First Annual Colby Education Conference: Education for Social Change. Colby College, Waterville Maine, May, 1999.

The Role of the Foundations in Teacher Preparation. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, New Orleans, February, 1998.

Promoting the Interests of Our Children in Schools. Keynote Address: Conference on Parental Involvement in South Area Schools. Albuquerque Public Schools, March, 1998.

Remember the Alamo, Imperialism, Memory, and Postcolonial Educational Studies. 1997 Presidential Address: American Educational Studies Association, San Antonio, November, 1997.

Institutional Silencing in Education. American Educational Research Association, Discussant, New York, March, 1996.The Hidden Transcript of Research and Reform in Higher Education. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, March, 1995. 

Shifting Discourses of Identity: Being Indian in the Southwest. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, March, 1995. 

Negotiating "Mujer": Gender, Race, Class, and Re-presentation in the Social Construction of Latina/Chicana. (Organized, chaired, and collaborated with students in a panel presentation) American Educational Studies Association, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, November, 1994.

Teaching in Post-Rebellion Los Angeles: Critical Perspectives. (Organized and Chaired Panel Presentation) American Educational Studies Association, Chicago, Illinois, November, 1993. 

Education, Gender, and Colonialism: Dolores Gonzales. History of Education Society, Chicago, Ill., October,1993.The Mexican Corrido as Popular Pedagogy. (Organized, chaired, and collaborated with students in panel presentation) American Educational Studies Association, Pittsburgh, November, 1992.

Approaching the Study of Education in New Mexico. Center for Regional Studies, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April, 1992. 

Education and Culture in Colonial New Mexico. National Association of Chicano Studies, Hermosillo, Sonora Mexico. April, 1991.

Understanding Culture Through Text: The Santa Fe Gazette, 1850 to 1870. International Reading Association, Atlanta Ga., May, 1990. 

​How Schools Create Failure: A Critical Perspective on the Schooling Experiences of Chicano Students. National Association of Chicano Studies, Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 1990.

Bernardo Gallegos

Conferences in the 1980s


The Social Conscience of the School of Education: The Role of the Foundations in the Preparation of Teachers. American Educational Studies Association, Chicago, Ill., October 1989.

An Ethnography of Literacy in a Chicano Household. University of Southern California Adult Literacy Colloquium, Los Angeles, California, May, 1989.

Schooling, Teacher Education, and Community Empowerment. National Association of Chicano Studies, Los Angeles, California, April, 1989.

Education in The American Southwest during the Spanish and Mexican Periods. History of Education Society, Toronto, Canada. November, 1988.

A Socio-historical Perspective of Literacy in the Chicano Community. Latino Literacy Conference, Los Angeles, California. July, 1988. 

​Literacy, and Education in 18th Century New Mexico. International Reading Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. May, 1985.

Education and Society in Colonial New Mexico. New Mexico Bilingual Education Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico. April, 1984.

Whole Language Strategies for the Reading Clinic. International Reading Association, Atlanta, Georgia. May, 1984.

Building a Curriculum to Facilitate Development of Goals, Plans, and Literate Language. International Reading Association, Anaheim, California. May, 1983.

The Social and Political Function of Curriculum in Colonial New Mexico. Latin American Studies Association, Mexico, D.F. October, 1983.

Professor of Educational Foundations, Teacher Education, and Indigenous Educational History.