Angel Garduño



Angel Garduño (he/him) is a PhD student at the University of Washington in the Department of English. His areas of interest are 20th and 21st century comparative multiethnic U.S. literature and the conditions of their reproduction and dissemination, especially as they index the consequences of the racial and gendered divisions of labor in colonial racial capitalism. Angel earned his M.A. in English Literature from Fresno State where he co-curated a digital and standing exhibit titled Surveying Utopias: A Critical Exploration. His teaching experience in CA’s Central Valley as well as in Seattle has been central in formulating a strong anti-racist, culturally-sustaining pedagogical foundation, which helps transform the classroom into a collaborative space


University of Washington

Master of Arts
California State University, Fresno

Bachelor of Arts
California State University, Fresno