ERIN GRAHAM portrait
  • Associate Chair, Gender Studies
  • Special Assistant to the Dean
  • Associate Professor (Lecturer), Gender Studies
  • Associate Professor (Lecturer), Ethnic Studies


Erin Graham joined the University of Utah in Fall 2022 as an Associate Professor (Career-Line Teaching Faculty) in Ethnic Studies and Gender Studies. She brings a decade of award winning teaching experience to Transform, having taught classes in Chicano/Latino Studies, Gender Studies, History, and Interdisciplinary Social Science and Humanities courses. She is passionate about pedagogy, and she delights in welcoming students from all different disciplinary backgrounds into her courses. Her teaching is informed by her research background in Latin American, Mexican, and Borderlands History, in which she focuses on gender, childhood, family, labor, migration, and environmental justice. Dr. Graham also has a long history as a community engaged scholar, organizer, and policy maker.




  • Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate, Women's Studies, Women's Studies, University of Houston
  • Ph.D., Latin American History, University of Houston