You are here: American University College of Arts & Sciences Faculty Christina Juhasz-Wood

Back to top

Photograph of Christina Juhasz-Wood

Christina Juhasz-Wood Professorial Lecturer Critical Race Gender and Culture Studies

PhD in American Studies, University of New Mexico (2020)

BA in Government, Smith College (2006)

Christina Juhász-Wood is a Professorial Lecturer in the American Studies Program where she teaches courses on American culture and history, poverty, and critical refugee studies. Her work focuses on settler colonialism, refugees and migration, American Empire, militarization, and environmental and social justice. She is currently revising her dissertation as a book manuscript that situates the resettlement of refugees to Albuquerque, New Mexico after the Vietnam War within the structure of militarized settler colonialism. She has held fellowships with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Bilinski Educational Foundation.
For the Media
To request an interview for a news story, call AU Communications at 202-885-5950 or submit a request.


Spring 2024

  • AMST-240 Poverty & Culture

  • AMST-240 Poverty & Culture

  • AMST-294 Comm Service Learning Project: Poverty & Culture

  • AMST-335 Refugees, Migration, & Culture

  • AMST-394 Comm Service Learning Project: Refugees, Migration, & Culture

  • HNRS-050 Honors Supplement: Refugees, Migration, & Culture

Summer 2024

  • AMST-240 Poverty & Culture

Fall 2024

  • AMST-200 American Dreams/American Lives

  • AMST-200 American Dreams/American Lives

  • AMST-275 Settler Colonial Studies