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Michelle Habell-Pallan

Associate Professor of Women Studies

University of Washington

HQ Phone:  (206) 543-2100

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University of Washington

1410 NE Campus Parkway Box 355852

Seattle, Washington,98195

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

UW


Associate Editor

MALCS


Affiliations

Rockefeller Foundation

Fellow


Education

MLA book prize honorable mention


doctorate

literature

University of California , Santa Cruz


Web References(41 Total References)


www.experience.org

Charles R. Cross (author), Jasen Emmons (EMP Museum), Michelle Habell-Pallan (University of Washington), Chris Kornelis (Seattle Weekly), Sean Nelson (singer, songwriter, actor), Jacob McMurray (EMP Museum), Sonnet Retman (University of Washington), Douglas Wolk (author, critic), Beth Warshaw-Duncan (Vera Project)


www.empmuseum.com

Program Committee Members: Charles R. Cross (author), Shannon Dudley (University of Washington), Jasen Emmons (EMP Museum), Michelle Habell-Pallan (University of Washington), Chris Kornelis (Seattle Weekly), Sean Nelson (singer, songwriter, actor), Jacob McMurray (EMP Museum), Sonnet Retman (University of Washington), Douglas Wolk (author, critic)


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SPRING: American Sabor: Latinos Shaping U.S. Popular Music Shannon Dudley (Ethnomusicology), Michelle Habell-Pallan (Women Studies, Music)
Michelle Habell-Pallan is Associate Professor of Women Studies at the University of Washington and adjunct Associate Professor of Music. She is author of Loca Motion: The Travels of Chicano and Latina Popular Culture. Dudley and Habell-Pallan are guest curators for the Experience Music Project exhibit, American Sabor: Latinos in U.S. Popular Music (October 2007 - September 2008).


www.notinourname-seattle.net [cached]

Michelle Habell-Pallan, professor, University of Washington


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Michelle Habell-Pallán
University of Washington


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