Emmiyan Ferro Diaz is a Cuban immigrant who was raised in Miami, Florida. His research interest includes gender and masculinities, particularly the performance of Latinx masculinities. His current research focuses on the performance of masculinities by Latino men in the context of the barbershop.
2020: M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Washington Tacoma
2018: B.A. in Psychology, Cum Laude, University of Washington Tacoma
2018: B.A in Ethnic, Gender and Labor Studies, Cum Laude, University of Washington Tacoma
Ferro Diaz, Emmiyan. 2021. “Latinx Barbershop masculinities” presentation for UWT Psychology Series Seminar, University of Washington Tacoma.
Ferro Diaz, Emmiyan. 2021. “Latinx Barbershop Masculinities” presentation for 2021 American Men Studies Association Conference, University of Washington Tacoma.
Ferro, Emmiyan. 2018. “(True) Praxis and (True) Resistance: Positionalities and Getting to the Roots
of Knowledge-Production through Dialogue,” presentation for Congress of Qualitative Inquiry annual meeting, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
Carol Van Natta Graduate Research Fund
Emmiyan Ferro Diaz