Rosina Lozano is originally from California and her research focuses on the U.S. Southwest. Her first book, An American Language: The History of Spanish in the United States, talks about the long history of Spanish as a language of politics since the mid-nineteenth century. Lozano is now working on a book that looks at the relationship between Mexican Americans and Indigenous peoples in the Southwest. She teaches courses about Latinos in the United States and how the border came to look the way it does today. She hopes to teach courses on the history of education in the future. Schedule an appointment on Rosina’s WASE calendar here.