- Geographic Location: North America
- Age: 35
Based in Oakland, CA., Maria Guzman graduated from Ohio University with a Masters Degree in Art History (2007), and from Washburn University with a double major in Fine Arts/Painting (BFA, 2003) and Art History (BA, 2004). She currently teaches Art History, Humanities & Popular Culture, and is a Board Member at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts.
Her writing has been published in an anthology about identity politics, Imagining the Black Female Body: Reconciling Image in Print and Visual Culture, and she has contributed to several blogs, including Ms. magazine's blog. She is interested in exploring the intersection of popular culture, daily life, and feminist practices.
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