- Lionel Cantú Graduate Award, Chicano Latino Research Center, UCSC, 2010.
Susie Riva Dissertation
Currently, Zepeda is writing her first book manuscript, which is a historical and contemporary tracing of queer Xicana and Latina cultural producers that examines layers and tensions of race, class, gender, sexuality, spirituality, land, nation, and generational silence.
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Zepeda is part of a writing collaborative, the Santa Cruz Feminist of Color Collective, who published the article “Building on “the Edge of Each Other’s Battles”: A Feminist of Color Multidimensional Lens” in . in Sociology and Women’s Studies from CSU Long Beach in 2000 and a Ph. in Sociology (Feminist Studies and Latin American & Latino Studies) from UC Santa Cruz in 2012.
Professor Zepeda works closely with the México-based filmmaker collective Mujeres y Cultura Subterránea who inspire her scholarship on transnational visual culture. From 2013-2014, Zepeda was a Visiting Assistant Professor with the Social Justice Initiative at UC Davis.