Leslie Patricia Luqueño is a doctoral student at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education, where she specializes in the sociology of education. Leslie’s current research focuses on the experiences of second-generation Latinx immigrant college students and the unique pockets of familial and experiential knowledge they carry that help them survive and thrive within higher education. She is the coauthor of the book chapter “Valuing Knowledge(s) and Cultivating Confidence: Contributions of Student–Faculty Pedagogical Partnerships to Epistemic Justice” and her undergraduate work has earned international accolades in legal studies and sociology from The Global Undergraduate Awards.
Promoting Equity and Justice Through Pedagogical Partnership
Foreword by Alexis Giron
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