Dr Glenda Meija

Glenda is an educator, and scholar. She was born in the ancestral lands of Náhuat people, known as El Salvador. She teaches in the field of migration/mobility/displacement, and Spanish language/culture studies at RMIT’s School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, recognising the university as a colonised spaced and unceded sovereignty of the Traditional Custodians of the Kulin Nations on which she lives, works and breathes. As a lifelonger learner, Glenda is committed to un/re/learning and teaching by engaging and embodying a praxis of senti-pensante and liberation pedagogies. Her ethics, teaching, and work are inspired by Gloria Anzaldúa, bell hooks, Clelia O. Rodríguez, and Paulo Freire.