Thea Quiray Tagle researches Filipino/American social movements and the production of postcolonial subjectivities in visual cultural productions, performance, and literature. She also specializes in Third World and women of color feminisms, critical geography, film studies, and queer theory. Quiray Tagle is currently completing her dissertation, an exploration of contemporary Filipino/American cultural works that materially and metaphorically remap networks of kinship and identity in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. She has been involved with social justice organizations in New York, San Diego, and the Philippines, and is excited to now be building a community in the Bay Area.
- Visiting Fellow, Center for Race & Gender, University of California, Berkeley, 2012–2013
- PhD candidate, Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego
- MA, Ethnic Studies, University of California, San Diego, 2010
- BA (cum laude), Political Science and Human Rights Studies, Barnard College, New York, 2004