Marco A Mojica

Photo of Marco A Mojica Department Latin American & Latino/a Studies Department 
 Office Science Hall 186
 Phone (415) 452-7416
 Mailbox S76
 Fall 2013 
 Office Hours
Fall 2013 Teaching Schedule
LALS 1 Latino/a Diaspora: The Impact 3.0
ADVISE: ENGL 92 or ESL 160 or placement in ENGL 93 or 94
72162 001 Lec M W F 11:10-12:00PM BATL U222 Deadlines Final Book 72380 002 Lec T R 09:40-10:55AM MUB A370 Deadlines Final Book 72381 003 Lec T R 11:10-12:25PM ARTX U261 Deadlines Final Book 74677 005 Lec T R 08:10-09:25AM ART U314 Deadlines Final Book 74678 006 Lec M W F 08:10-09:00AM ART U312 Deadlines Final Book 75095 007 Lec M W F 12:10-01:00PM CLOU U224 Deadlines Final Book

Attended City College of San Francisco
San Francisco State University, B.A. International Relations
Ohio University, MAIA, Latin American Studies
Ph.D candidate in Politics at University of California at Santa Cruz

Prof. Mojica has been teaching at CCSF since 2001.

My educational philosophy focuses on stregthening the students' abilities to critically analize their world and to become active and engaged participants in their education. In the classroom, I promote the idea of a "learning community," a safe space where students can share their ideas, opinions and life histories as important to enriching the community's knowledge. Furthermore, students are asked to work individually and collaboratively in the classroom, as forms of learning and processing the course materials and their overall educational experience. Finally, my goal is to provide students with important tools necessary for enabling their success at the City College of San Francisco, the University and beyond...

Mentor, Men's Support Group, Latino Services Network. Faculty Advisor, La Raza Unida, Spring 2002-Spring 2003.


Rescatistas, Renovadores y Danielistas: The Struggle for the Sandinista Identity in the 21st Century. Latin American Studies Association. San Francisco, CA May 25, 2012.
From Exlies to Immigrants: The Transnational Politics of Nicaraguans in Miami. Central American-Americans in the Latino@ American Landscape. University of Texas, Austin. February 25, 2012.
Exploring the Submerged Tensions between Migrant Transnationalism and Assimilation. Western Political Science Association Latino Caucus. San Francisco, CA. March 31, 2010
Drug War Impact on Latinos in the United States and Latin America. Latino Heritage Month Lecture Series. City College of San Francisco. September 17, 2009.
Mistica, Memoria y Nostalgia: The Construction of the Sandinista Political identity in Nicaragua. Latin American Studies Conference, Montreal, Canada. September 6-8, 2007.
Mistica, Memoria y Nostalgia: The Construction of the Sandinista Political Identity in Nicaragua. 48th International Studies Association Conference, Chicago, IL, February 28, 2007.
Nicaraguans in Miami: Forging a Transnational Politics. Latin@/Americans in a Global Context Conference. UC Santa Cruz, May 12, 2006.
Nicaraguans in Miami: Forging a Transnational Politics, Latin American Studies Association Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico. March 15, 2006.
"Con Díos y con el Diablo” Sandinista Politics in Neoliberal Nicaragua. Presented at the CLRC Mini Grant Colloquium, University of California at Santa Cruz, October 14, 2005
Nicaraguans in Miami: Developing a Transnational Civil Society. Presented at Mid-Atlantic Congress of Latin American Studies, Virginia Commonwealth University. April 8, 2005.
Adding diversity: What's the difference? Panel at the Independent Sector conference in Kansas City, MO, November 1997


Perla, Hector, Marco Mojica &> Jared Bibler. "From Guerrilla to Government: The Continued Relevance of the Central American Left." In The New Latin American Left: Cracks in the Empire. Edited by Jeffery R. Webber and Barry Carr. Latin American Perspectives Classroom Book Series, Rowman and Littlefield. 2012.
Mojica, Marco. "Los Nicaraguenses en Miami: Forjando una Politica Transnacional". L'Ordinaire Latino-Americain. No. 211. Septiembre-Diciembre 2008.
Mojica, Marco and Diego Ferreyra, eds. “TLC y Sociedad Civil Centroamericana” CRIES, No 1-9, 2000.
Mojica, Marco. “El Teléfono,” Cipactli. La Raza Studies: San Francisco State University. Winter/Spring 1995.
Mojica, Marco, et al. “International Terrorism.” Issues of the 45th Session Charter Review. Model United Nations of the Far West: San Francisco State University, 1994.

Liliana Castro &> Marco Mojica. Guia para escribir propuestas The Foundation Center, 2001. 3rd Edition. P. 252

Latin American Studies Association (LASA)
Latino Educational Association (LEA)

Prof. Mojica loves music and plays guitar and congas with his children.

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