Dr. Jacqueline Messing’s research interests focus on issues of language, identity, ideology, race and racism in Mexico and the United States, on indigenous communities, multilingualism, and attempts to revitalize Native languages through education. She has been a lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at UMD since 2010, and has also taught at Georgetown, the University of South Florida, and the University of Arizona.
*Tweeting @jacqmessing and at #UMDLangIDRacism202X [current year] for ANTH 474/674 Language, Identity and Racism.
Degree TypePhDDegree DetailsAnthropology, University of Arizona
Degree TypeMADegree DetailsAnthropology, University of Arizona
Degree TypeBADegree DetailsBDIC/Linguistics & Anthropology, University of Massachusetts-Amherst