Interview with Brenda M. Romero
Social and Cultural Anthropology
Recorded testimonial about the work of Gloria Anzaldua and how it has affected Dr. Brenda Romero's research and the lives of her peers.
Brenda M. Romero is an Associate Professor and Coordinator of Ethnomusicology at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where she has been on the faculty since 1988, serving as Chair of Musicology from 2004-2007. She has worked extensively on the pantomimed Matachines music and dance and other New Mexican folk music genres that reflect both Spanish and Indian origins. Since 1998 she has extended her fieldwork and research on Matachines to Mexico and in January 2007 to Colombia, and has published various articles on the subject.
MP4, 00:05:52, 329 MB
Romero, Brenda M. PhD and Zepeda, Mayra, "Interview with Brenda M. Romero" (2012). Gloria Anzaldua Testimonios. 8.