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Pamela Drury is single and works as a serious journalist.

Pip Karmel's debut feature is sharp with nuance and cuts with life's irony and acid tongue.

The script defines character well, and we genuinely care for Pamela, and can't wait to see what happens next.

She also writes about the politics of Arizona, and in 2010, she and co‐author Miranda Joseph received the NEA Excellence in the Academy Award in Democracy in Higher Education for their essay “Neoliberalism and the Battle over Ethnic Studies in Arizona.” At the University of Arizona, she is an affiliate of English, the Center for Latin American Studies, and the Mexican American Studies and Research Center.

Soto will be teaching two courses as a Winton Chair in residence.

Pamela Drury is single and works as a serious journalist.Pip Karmel's debut feature is sharp with nuance and cuts with life's irony and acid tongue.The script defines character well, and we genuinely care for Pamela, and can't wait to see what happens next.She also writes about the politics of Arizona, and in 2010, she and co‐author Miranda Joseph received the NEA Excellence in the Academy Award in Democracy in Higher Education for their essay “Neoliberalism and the Battle over Ethnic Studies in Arizona.” At the University of Arizona, she is an affiliate of English, the Center for Latin American Studies, and the Mexican American Studies and Research Center.Soto will be teaching two courses as a Winton Chair in residence.Her book, (2010), replaces the race‐based oppositional paradigm of Chicano literary studies with a less didactic, more flexible, framework geared for a queer analysis of the discursive relationship between racialization and sexuality.