Ph.D. in English from the University of Southern California
Dr. William Arcé researches, writes, and teaches on topics in Chicano/a literature,
U.S. pan-ethnic Latino literature, and U.S. war literature. His research focuses on
sites where theoretical problems intersect with political and ethical matters, places
where scholarly investigation encounters the reality of everyday life. Dr. Arcé has
published various articles on 20th Century Chicano and Latino authors, and he is currently
finishing his book manuscript, Soldado Razo: War and the Changing Structure of Nation in U.S. Latino War Literature of the Vietnam War.