Allison Cabana

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Name Allison Cabana
Title Teaching & Learning Fellow at the TLC
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About Me

Allison Cabana (she/her) is a Doctoral Candidate in the Critical Social Psychology program at the Graduate Center, CUNY. She has been an adjunct at Bronx Community College teaching psychology and at LaGuardia Community College teaching in the health sciences field. Her research interests span an interdisciplinary breadth and include participatory methodology and pedagogy, critical race, feminist and queer theories. Allison's dissertation work specifically focuses on Latinx and Chicanx Feminist theories with regard to public health. When she's not doing academic work, she enjoys spending time with her dog and being outside on a beach, in a forest, or in a park somewhere.

Campuses Brooklyn, CSI, John Jay, & Central