1 Héctor Carrillo, Dr.P.H. Department of Sociology 1810 Chicago Avenue Evanston, IL office phone: , fax: ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2009-present NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Department of Sociology and Gender and Sexuality Studies Program Associate Professor SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Human Sexuality Studies Assistant Professor (promoted to Associate in 2009) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO Department of Medicine Center for AIDS Prevention Studies Assistant Adjunct Professor UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO Department of Medicine Center for AIDS Prevention Studies Research Specialist EDUCATION METROPOLITAN AUTONOMOUS UNIVERSITY, MEXICO CITY Licenciatura (B.A. equivalent) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Master in City and Regional Planning (MCP) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Master in Public Health (MPH) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY Doctor in Public Health (DrPH) UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO CENTER FOR AIDS PREVENTION STUDIES Postdoctoral Fellow in the Traineeship in AIDS Prevention Studies Program (TAPS)
2 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 2 AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION Migration, sexuality, and health Globalization and cross-cultural aspects of sexuality and gender HIV prevention and sexual health Sexuality and public policy Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues Mexican and Latino/a populations Latino/a culture and ethnicity Qualitative and ethnographic methods GRANTS Active: NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Héctor Carrillo and Steven Epstein, Principal Investigators Funding from the Sexual Orientation and Sexuality Endowment, to create The Sexualities Project at Northwestern and coordinate interdisciplinary research and educational activities on the topic of Sexual Orientation and Health in Social Context. September 2013-August 2018 $1,788,000 Completed: NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Héctor Carrillo and Steven Epstein, Principal Investigators Funding from the Sexual Orientation and Sexuality Endowment, to create The Sexualities Project at Northwestern and coordinate interdisciplinary research and educational activities on the topic of Sexual Orientation and Health in Social Context. September August 2013 $759,582 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Principal Investigator Sexual Fluidity among Heterosexually-Identified Men: Bisexual Behavior and Health Outcomes September 2010 August 2013 $73,520 AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BISEXUALITY Principal Investigator Sexual Fluidity among Heterosexually-Identified Men: Bisexual Behavior and Health Outcomes September 2010 February 2012 $77,314 Supplement January 2012 August 2012 $53,469
3 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 3 CALIFORNIA HIV/AIDS RESEARCH PROGRAM, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Rita Melendez (SFSU) and Jorge Zepeda (San Francisco AIDS Foundation), Principal Investigators; Héctor Carrillo, Co-investigator (former Principal Investigator) How Latino Immigrants Access HIV Care April 2009 March 2012 $149,635 PROGRAMA DE INVESTIGACION DE MIGRACION Y SALUD HEALTH INITIATIVE OF THE AMERICAS, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Principal Investigator Cultural Factors Associated with Acceptability of Male Circumcision as a Method for Preventing HIV Infection in Communities of Mexican Migrants in Mexico and California: Masculinity, the Body, and Sexuality July 2008 January 2010 $50,000 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH Principal Investigator Grant No. 1 R01 HD Social Context and HIV Risk among Mexican Gay Immigrants: The Trayectos Study September 2002 June 2009 $2,019,430 UNIVERSITYWIDE AIDS RESEARCH PROGRAM, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Principal Investigator Grant ID02-SF-004 Sexual Culture and HIV Risk in Populations of Mexican Origin November 2002 January 2005 $99,642 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF DRUG ABUSE, NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH Co-Investigator Grant 1 R21 DA Asian Men s Health Study September 2004 July 2006 $450,000 HONORS, AWARDS, AND FELLOWSHIPS 2013 Whipple plenary speaker, 45 th Annual Conference, American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), Miami, June 8, Safeguarding Latino Immigrant Populations: Sexual Cultures, HIV Prevention, and Social Change.
4 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page Maury Green Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University Keynote address at the conference Crossing Boundaries, Workshopping Sexualities. Sexualities Section, American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 16, Crossing Intra- and Inter-disciplinary Boundaries in Sexuality Studies From Ethnography to Policy: Latino Gay Immigrant Voices and the Promotion of HIV Prevention. Keynote address at the 14th Annual Chicago Ethnography Conference. Chicago, IL, April 14, Carlos Monsiváis Award Sexualities Section, Latin American Studies Association 2002 Ruth Benedict Prize American Anthropological Association Collaborative HIV Prevention Research in Minority Communities Program, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at the University of California, San Francisco Traineeship in AIDS Prevention Studies, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies at the University of California, San Francisco UC Mexus Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, University of California Inter-American Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Wellness Fellowship Kaiser Fellowship Wilson and Albert M. Flagg Fellowship Regents Fellowship, University of California Fulbright Fellowship. PUBLICATIONS BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS Carrillo, Héctor. The Night Is Young: Sexuality in Mexico in the Time of AIDS. (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2002). Recipient of the 2002 Ruth Benedict Prize of the American Anthropological Association. Translated into Spanish and published as La noche es joven: La sexualidad en México en la era del sida, by Editorial Océano for distribution in Mexico and Latin America (2005). Reviewed in Journal of Latin American Studies; Latin American Research Review; AIDS Book Review Journal; Culture, Health & Sexuality; Journal of American Ethnic History; Sexualities; Revista Latinoamericana de Psicología; American Journal of Sociology; Gender and Society; Journal of the History of Sexuality; Journal of Homosexuality; American Anthropologist; American Ethnologist; The Journal of Sex Research; and Contemporary Sociology. Carrillo, Héctor, Jorge Fontdevila, Jaweer Brown, and Walter Gómez Risk Across Borders: Sexual Contexts and HIV Prevention Challenges among Mexican Gay and Bisexual Immigrant Men. Findings and Recommendations from the Trayectos Study. Monograph.
5 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 5 ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS Epstein, Steven, and Héctor Carrillo. Immigrant Sexual Citizenship: Intersectional Templates among Mexican Gay Immigrants to the United States. Citizenship Studies 18, no. 3/4 (June 2014 forthcoming). Carrillo, Héctor and Jorge Fontdevila. Border crossings and shifting sexualities among Mexican gay immigrant men: Beyond monolithic conceptions. Sexualities (forthcoming). Carrillo, Héctor. Dual Pathways: Mexican Gay Immigrants, their U.S-born Partners, and the Dynamics of Sexual Globalization In Intimacies and Cultural Change: Perspectives on Contemporary Mexico, edited by Daniel Nehring, Rosario Esteinou, and Emmanuel Alvarado. (Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing, forthcoming). Parrini Roses R, Amuchástegui Herrera A, Carrillo H, Ojeda Sánchez A. Circuncisión masculina como método de prevención del VIH: aceptabilidad y resistencias en hombres migrantes de México ( Male Circumcision as an HIV Prevention Method: Acceptability and Resistance among Mexican Migrant Men ) Salud Pública de México. 55, suppl 4 (2013): S485-S490. Spotlight on Research: An Interview with Héctor Carrillo. In Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader, edited by Mindy Stombler, Dawn M. Baunach, Wendy Simonds, Elroi J. Windsor, and Elisabeth O. Burgess. New York: Norton, Carrillo, Héctor. Sexual Culture, Structure, and Change: A Transnational Framework for Studies of Latino/a Migration and HIV. In HIV Prevention with Latinos: Theory, Research, and Practice, edited by Kurt C. Organista. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012) Fernandez-Cerdeno A, Martinez-Donate AP, Zellner JA, Sanudo F, Carrillo H, Engelberg M, Sipan CL, Hovell MF Marketing HIV Prevention for Heterosexually- Identified Latino Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women: The Hombres Sanos Campaign. Journal of Health Communication 17, No.6 (2012): Parrini Roses, Rodrigo; Azucena Ojeda Sánchez; Héctor Carrillo; and Ana Amuchástegui Herrera. Cortar o no cortar: debates sobre la circuncisión masculina como método de prevención del VIH ( To Cut or Not to Cut: Debates on Male Circumcision as an HIV Prevention Method ). Saúde em Debate 35, No. 91 (2011): Carrillo, Héctor and Jorge Fontdevila. Rethinking Sexual Initiation: Pathways to Identity Formation among Gay and Bisexual Mexican Male Youth Archives of Sexual Behavior 40 (2011): (Published online 2010-DOI /s ). Martínez-Donate, Ana P.; Jennifer A. Zellner; Fernando Sañudo; Araceli Fernandez- Cerdeño; Melbourne F. Hovell; Carol L. Sipan; Moshe Engelberg; and Héctor Carrillo.
6 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 6 "Hombres Sanos: Evaluation of a Social Marketing Campaign for Heterosexually Identified Latino Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women" American Journal of Public Health 100, No.12 (2010): Carrillo, Héctor. Immigration and LGBT Rights in the USA: Ironies and Constraints in US Asylum Cases. In Handbook on Sexuality, Health, and Rights, edited by Peter Aggleton and Richard Parker (London: Routledge, 2010). Carrillo, Héctor. Changes and Challenges: Ethnography, Homosexuality, and HIV Prevention Work in Guadalajara. In Out in Public: Reinventing Lesbian/ Gay Anthropology in a Globalizing World, edited by Ellen Lewin and William L. Leap. (Boston: Wiley/Blackwell, 2009). Carrillo, Héctor. Leaving Loved Ones Behind: Mexican Gay Men s Migration to the USA. In Mobility, Sexuality and AIDS, edited by Peter Aggleton, Mary Haour-Knipe, and Felicity Thomas (London: Taylor and Francis Books, 2009). Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, Carlos Decena, Héctor Carrillo, and Tomás Almaguer. Revisiting Activos and Pasivos: Towards New Cartographies of Latino/Latin American Male Same-Sex Desire. (New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 2009). Zellner, Jennifer A., Ana P. Martínez-Donate, Fernando Sañudo, Araceli Fernández- Cerdeño, Carol L. Sipan, Melbourne F. Hovell, and Héctor Carrillo The Interaction of Sexual Identity with Sexual Behavior and Its Influence on HIV Risk Among Latino Men: Results of a Community Survey in Northern San Diego County, California. American Journal of Public Health 99, No. 1 (2009): Carrillo, Héctor. Imagining Modernity: Sexuality, Policy, and Social Change in Mexico. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 5, No.3 (2007): Carrillo, Héctor and Katherine E. Bliss. Introduction to Special Issue: Nuevas Direcciones: Sexuality, Politics, and Reproductive Health in Mexico. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 5, No.3 (2007): 1-5. Carrillo, Héctor. Where Does Oppression End and Sexual Pleasure Begin? Confronting Sexual and Gender Inequality in HIV Prevention Work: In Sexual Inequalities and Social Justice. Edited by Niels Teunis and Gilbert Herdt (California: University of California Press, 2006). Organista, Kurt, Héctor Carrillo, and George Ayala. HIV Prevention With Mexican Migrants: Review, Critique, and Recommendations. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 37, No.S4 (2004):S227-S239. Morin, Stephen F., Héctor Carrillo, Wayne T. Steward, Andre Maiorana, Mark Trautwein, and Cynthia A. Gómez. Policy Perspectives on Public Health for Mexican Immigrants in California. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 37, No.S4 (2004):S252-S259.
7 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 7 Carrillo, Héctor. Sexual Migration, Cross-Cultural Sexual Encounters, and Sexual Health. Sexuality Research & Social Policy 1, No.3 (2004): Carrillo, Héctor. Neither Machos nor Maricones: Masculinity and Emerging Male Homosexual Identities in Mexico. In Changing Men and Masculinities in Latin America. Edited by Matthew C. Gutmann (Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2003). Carrillo, Héctor. Cultural Change, Hybridity and Contemporary Male Homosexuality in Mexico. Culture, Health and Sexuality 1, No. 3 (July-September 1999): Carrillo, Héctor. "Another Crack in the Mirror: The Politics of AIDS Prevention in Mexico." International Quarterly of Community Health Education 14, No. 2 ( ): Reprinted in Progress in Preventing AIDS? Dogma, Dissent and Innovation. Edited by David Buchanan and George Cernada, Amityville, New York: Baywood Publishing Company, Inc., Reprinted in Sexual and Reproductive Health Promotion in Latino Populations: Parteras, Promotoras y Poetas Case Studies across the Americas. Edited by M. Idalí Torres and George P. Cernada, Amityville, New York: Baywood Publishing Company, Inc., Organista, Kurt, Pamela Organista, Javier García, Marco Castillo, and Hector Carrillo. "AIDS and Condom-Related Knowledge, Beliefs, and Behaviors in Migrant Mexican Laborers." Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 18, No. 3 (August 1996): BOOK REVIEWS AND SHORT ARTICLES Carrillo, Héctor Review of Queering the Public Sphere in Mexico and Brazil: Sexual Rights Movements in Emerging Democracies, by Rafael de la Dehesa. American Journal of Sociology 117, No. 1: Carrillo, Héctor Review of Against Machismo: Young Adult Voices in Mexico City, by Josué Ramirez. American Ethnologist. Carrillo, Héctor Review of The Sexuality of Migration: Border Crossings and Mexican Immigrant Men, by Lionel Cantú, Jr. Contemporary Sociology. Carrillo, Héctor. Review of Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality, and AIDS in the Dominican Republic, by Mark B. Padilla. Sexuality Research and Social Policy 5, No. 4: Carrillo, Héctor. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Policy Issues (Mexico). Encyclopedia of Social Welfare History in North America (Newbury Park: SAGE, 2005). Carrillo, Héctor. Review of AIDS and Male-to-Male Sex in Latin America: Vulnerabilities, Strengths, and Proposed Measure, edited by Carlos F. Cáceres, Mario
8 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 8 Pecheny, and Veriano Terto Júnior. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 7, No.2 (March 2005): Carrillo, Héctor. Review of Race, Ethnicity, and Sexuality: Intimate Intersections, Forbidden Frontiers, by Joane Nagel. American Journal of Sociology, 109, No. 5 (March 2004): Carrillo Héctor and Pamela DeCarlo. What are the HIV Prevention Needs of Mexican Immigrants in the US? CAPS/ARI Fact Sheet. UC San Francisco. March 2003 Carrillo, Héctor and Barbara Marin. "Sexual Communication and AIDS Prevention among Latinos." California Psychologist, May INVITED PRESENTATIONS (last 10 years only) Risk across Borders: Shifts in Social Context and the Production of Health Risks Health and Society Working Group, University of Illinois, Chicago, January 29, Border Crossings and Shifting Sexualities: The Sexual Migration of Mexican Gay Men Anthropological Forum, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Haifa, Israel, November 14, Intersecting Identities: Race and Sexuality among Mexican Gay Immigrants, MSA- INC. Multicultural Student Affairs, Northwestern University. October 23, Cultural Stereotypes and the Boundary-Making Work of the Discourse of Latino Sexual Passion Sociology Colloquium, Northwestern University, October 3, The Sexual Migration of Mexican Gay Men: Challenges for HIV Prevention and the Promotion of Sexual Health. Guest lecture for the course Advanced Topics in Women, Gender, and Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, April 10, Social Context, Sexual Migration, and the Mexican Gay Diaspora. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University, November 14, LGBT Rights, Sexual Migration, and Health. Study Group on Sexuality, Gender, and Human Rights, Harvard Kennedy School's Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, October 26, Carrillo, Héctor and Amanda Hoffman. Straight with a Pinch of Bi : Men s Sexual Flexibilities and their Implications for HIV Prevention. CAPS Townhall, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, University of California, San Francisco, June 15th, Sexual Behavior, Social Context, & HIV Prevention: Lessons from Sociological Research with Mexican Gay Immigrant Men BioEXCEL Program, Northwestern University, July 12, 2012.
9 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 9 Problematizing Acculturation: Intra-Ethnic Diversity, Social Context, and the Production of HIV Risk. The Centennial Celebration of the Graduate School, Northwestern University, November 4, The Trayectos Study. Latino Studies 101: Connecting to the Community, Evanston Public Library, October 6, Intersectionality and HIV Risk. Population Center Intersectionality Meeting. The Fenway Institute, Boston, March 25, Border Crossing and Shifting Sexualities: Trajectories of Mexican Gay Immigrants. University of Illinois, Chicago, Department of Sociology, January 26, Border Crossing and Shifting Sexualities: Trajectories of Mexican Gay Immigrants. Loyola University, Department of Sociology, September 24, Sex Tourism. Summer Institute on Sexuality, National Sexuality Resource Center, San Francisco, June 23, 2010 Research Design in Sexuality Studies. Summer Institute on Sexuality, National Sexuality Resource Center, San Francisco, June 22, Sexual Migration. Summer Institute on Sexuality, National Sexuality Resource Center, San Francisco, June 22, 2010 HIV Prevention Challenges among Mexican Gay Immigrant Men: Findings from the Trayectos Study. Infórmate: Breaking the Silence: HIV Update on the Latino Community, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, May 12, 2010 HIV Prevention Challenges among Mexican Gay Immigrant Men: Findings from the Trayectos Study. University of Illinois, Chicago, April 21, Trans: A Keywords Conversation. Gender Studies Program, Northwestern University, February 18, LGBT Rights, Social Change, and the Dynamics of Sexual Migration: The Mexican Case. American Bar Foundation, February 17, Queer Migrations and the Contexts of HIV Risk: Mexican Gay Men and their Sexual Interactions in the United States. The Future of Gay Men s Health and the Politics of Medical Truth, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan, January 25, International Sexual Migration and Health: The Case of Mexican Gay Immigrants in California. Buffet Center, Northwestern University, October 23, Mexican Gay Men s Sexual Migration and HIV Risk. University of California, Santa Cruz, April 20, 2009.
10 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 10 HIV Prevention Challenges among Mexican Gay Immigrant Men: The Trayectos Study. San Francisco General Hospital, October 8, 2008 Stonewall Project, October 24, San Francisco Department of Public Health, City Clinic, January 13, 2009 Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, University of California, San Francisco, February 27, Mexican Sexualities on the Move: Sexual Migration, Globalization, and the Production of Health Risk. Northwestern University, May 19, HIV Prevention among Mexicans in the United States: Shifting Sexualities and Contexts of Risk. University of California, Los Angeles, March 20, I already told you, Mom his name is Oscar! : Health Communication, Public Policy, and Social Change for Mexican Gay Men. University of California, San Diego, March 12, Prevention of HIV Infection among Immigrant Mexican MSM. California HIV/AIDS Research Program, University of California, March 4, Prevention of HIV Infection among Latino MSM. AIDS Health Project, San Francisco, November 6, Prevention of HIV Infection among Latino MSM. Office of AIDS Research Advisory Council Meeting, National Institutes of Health, October 24, Sexuality and Migration: The Trayectos Study. National Advisory Council Meeting Institute for Sexuality, Gender, and Social Health. October 12, 2007 Latino Masculinities and Sexual Health. Mission Neighborhood Health Center, San Francisco. Men s Health Month, September 21, Sexual Migration, Globalization, and Change: Mexican Gay and Bisexual Men. Transnational Histories of Sexuality. Inaugural Symposium of the Yale Research Initiative on the History of Sexualities. Yale University, Saturday, April 7, Sexual Migration and HIV Risk among Mexican Gay Men: The Trayectos Study CAPS Town Hall Presentation, University of California, San Francisco, June 16, Fontdevila, Jorge; Jaweer Brown, and Héctor Carrillo. Managing the Quality of Transcript Coding: The Trayectos Study Experience. CAPS Town Hall Presentation, University of California, San Francisco, May 5, Rethinking Mexican Male Homosexualities: Global Processes and HIV Prevention Policies Brown Bag Presentation. Human Sexualities Studies Program, San Francisco State University, February 14, 2006.
11 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 11 Carrillo, Héctor, Jorge Fontdevila, Jaweer Brown, and Stephen Scott. Mexican Gay and Bisexual Men: Migration and Shifts in Sexuality and HIV Risk. Grand Rounds. HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies. New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University. January 12, Acculturation and HIV Risk. Interdisciplinary Research Methods Core Training Event: Migration and HIV: The Political Economy of HIV/AIDS. HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies. Columbia University. January 12, Sexuality and Migration. Interdisciplinary Research Methods Core Training Event: Migration and HIV: The Political Economy of HIV/AIDS. HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies. Columbia University. January 12, The Relational Context of Latinas HIV Risk Latinas HIV/AIDS Summit. California State University, Long Beach. December 1 st, Contemporary Mexican Sexualities: The Effects of Globalization, Locality, and Cultural Change. Twin Cities GLBT Oral History Project, March 25, Mexican Sexualities, Migration, and HIV Risk. Presentation for the Division of International and Cross-Cultural Medicine, University of California, San Diego. June 3, Mexican Gay Homosexualities and Sexual Migration. Presented at the Queering Places Spring Lecture Series, University of California, San Diego. April 16, Group Ethnography: Challenges and Opportunities. Lecture for the CAPS Qualitative Working Group, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. April 6, ACADEMIC CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (last 10 years only) Hot or Cold? The Racialization of Sexual Reputation. Sexual Reputations: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Northwestern University, November 8-10, 2013 Discussant for the session: Relating Histories, Making Connections: Circuits of Desire and Sexuality, American Sociological Association Meeting, August 13, Safeguarding Latino Immigrant Populations: Sexual Cultures, HIV Prevention, and Social Change. Whipple Plenary, 45 th Annual Conference, American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT), Miami, June 8, Sexual Migration and the Boundary-Making Work of the Notion of Sexual Passion, Eastern Sociological Society Mini-Conference on Comparative Cultural Sociology, Boston, March 23, Carrillo, Héctor and Amanda Hoffman. Online Cruising and the Same-Sex Encounters of Heterosexually-Identified Men. The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, 2012 Annual Meeting, Tampa, Florida, November 10, 2012.
12 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 12 Melendez, Rita, Jorge Zepeda, Gabriela Alaniz, and Héctor Carrillo. Outreach for HIV-Positive Latino Immigrants: Recruitment and Retention Lessons from a Research Study. American Public Health Association Meeting, San Francisco, October 29, Crossing Intra- and Inter-disciplinary Boundaries in Sexuality Studies. Keynote address at the conference Crossing Boundaries, Workshopping Sexualities. Sexualities Section, American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 16, From Ethnography to Policy: Latino Gay Immigrant Voices and the Promotion of HIV Prevention. Keynote address at the 14th Annual Chicago Ethnography Conference. Chicago, IL, April 14, Sexuality and Globalization. American Sociological Association Meeting. Special Session: Globalization and the Transformation of Sexuality. August 20, Carrillo, Héctor, Amanda Hoffman, Pavi Prasad, and Christine Wood Straight With an Asterisk : Evidence of Sexual Elasticity among Heterosexually-Identified Men. Poster presentation. International Academy of Sex Research Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, August 11, Carrillo, Héctor and Amanda Lynn Hoffman. Straight with a Pinch of Bi : The Sociological Study of Male Sexual Fluidity. Epistemologies of Desire: Beyond Single- Discipline Approaches. Northwestern University, April 29, Carrillo, Héctor and Amanda Hoffman. Boys, Beds, and Binaries: Exploring Sexual Fluidity among Heterosexually-identified Men. Pacific Sociological Association Meeting, Seattle, March 10, Carrillo, Héctor, Ana Amuchástegui and Rodrigo Parrini. A Technological Quick Fix? Biomedical Assumptions and the Cultural Meanings of Circumcision in HIV Prevention. Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Annual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan, August 27, Epstein, Steven and Héctor Carrillo. Excavating Sexual Citizenship: The Absent Presence among Mexican Gay and Bisexual Male Immigrants. Translocations: Travel, Migration and Sexuality Conference, Northwestern University, April 30, International Migration and the Globalization of Sexuality: What Do We Learn from the Mexican Experience? Keynote address. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Puerto Vallarta, México, November 6, Gómez, Walter and Héctor Carrillo. Aesthetics and assumptions: The role of the body in HIV risk behaviors among Latino MSM. National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, August 24, 2009.
13 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 13 Fields, Jessica and Héctor Carrillo. Partnerships Between Social Justice Organization, Funders, and Researchers. American Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, August 10, Carrillo, Héctor and Jorge Fontdevila. Mexican Gay Men s Sexual Migration and Shifts in HIV Risk. American Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, August 9, Carrillo, Héctor and Jorge Fontdevila. Mexican Gay Men s Sexual Migration to California: Findings from the Trayectos Study. American Sociological Association Meeting, San Francisco, August 9, Carrillo, Héctor and Jorge Fontdevila. Border Crossing & Shifting Sexualities: Implications for Sexual Health among Gay & Bisexual Mexican Immigrants. Pacific Sociological Association Meeting, San Diego, May Qué hacen por allá? Contextos sociales de la migración sexual de hombres mexicanos gays y bisexuales a California. Plenary speaker. IV Encuentro de Escritoras y Escritores sobre Disidencia Sexual e Identidades Sexogenéricas. Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México, November 26, Family Acceptance of LGBT Youth: Framing the Issue. XVII International AIDS Conference: Universal Action Now. Oral Presentation. August 6, Introductory remarks: Se Fue al Gabacho, Session on Mexican migration and HIV risk. XVII International AIDS Conference: Universal Action Now. Oral Presentation. August 5, Distance and Encounter: Mexican Queer Sexualities in Transit and HIV Prevention. Global Forum on MSM and HIV: The Invisible Men: Gay Men and Other MSM in the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic. Mexico City, August 1, La migración sexual, la ciudadanía y la política oculta de la inmigración. Sexualidad y Sociedad: 1er Encuentro Latinoamericano y del Caribe, July 29, Distance and Encounter: Mexican Queer Sexualities in Transit. Queer Motions: 1 st Biennial Twin Cities Conference on Global/Local Sexualities. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. April 5, Sexuality and the Hidden Politics of Immigration. American Anthropological Association Meeting, Washington, D.C., November 30, Mexican Sexualities on the Move: Sexual Migration, Globalization, and Change. UCSRT Inaugural Conference: The Future of Sexuality Research: Methodological to Social Policy Innovations. April 10, The Kinsey Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington.
14 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 14 Epstein, Steven and Héctor Carrillo. Crossing Borders, Asserting Rights, Imagining Sexual Futures Sexual Citizenship among Mexican Gay and Bisexual Male Immigrants. UCSRT Inaugural Conference: The Future of Sexuality Research: Methodological to Social Policy Innovations. April 10, The Kinsey Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington. Carrillo, Héctor; Jorge Fontdevila, and Jaweer Brown. International Migration and HIV Risk among Mexican Gay men: The Trayectos Study. Oral Presentation. XVI International AIDS Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 14, Mexican Sexualities on the Move: Sexual Migration, Globalization, and Change. American Sociological Association Meeting, Montreal, Canada, August 11,2006 Epstein, Steven and Héctor Carrillo. Crossing Borders, Asserting Rights, Imagining Sexual Futures: Sexual Citizenship among Mexican Gay and Bisexual Male Immigrants. American Sociological Association Meeting, Montreal, Canada, August 11, Homosexualidad y Masculinidad en Guadalajara. II Coloquio Internacional de Estudios sobre Varones y Masculinidades. I Congreso Nacional de la Academia Mexicana de Estudios del Género de los Hombres Violencia: El Juego del Hombre? Guadalajara, Jalisco, June 22, 2006 Carrillo, Héctor and Jorge Fontdevila. Masculinidades, violencia social e identidad sexual entre inmigrantes mexicanos gay y bisexuales. II Coloquio Internacional de Estudios sobre Varones y Masculinidades. I Congreso Nacional de la Academia Mexicana de Estudios del Género de los Hombres Violencia: El Juego del Hombre? Guadalajara, Jalisco, June 21, 2006 Carrillo Héctor, with Jorge Fontdevila and Jaweer Brown. Shifting Sexualities: Migration and Same Sex Desires among Mexican Men. Latin American Studies Association Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 17, Discussant to the panel: Instigating Matters in Latin American Sexualities. Latin American Studies Association Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 17, Carrillo, Héctor, Jorge Fontdevila and Victoria González-Rivera. Acculturation, Monogamy, Casual Sex, and HIV Risk in Heterosexual Populations of Mexican Origin. Poster presentation. American Public Health Association Meeting, December 14, Carrillo, Héctor, Jorge Fontdevila, Jaweer Brown, and Stephen Scott. Border Crossings and Shifting Sexualities: Implications for HIV Prevention. American Public Health Association Meeting, December 12, Carrillo, Héctor, Jaweer Brown, Jorge Fontdevila, and Stephen Scott. Contextual Factors in HIV Risk among Mexican Gay and Bisexual Male Immigrants. American Public Health Association Meeting, December 12, 2005.
15 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 15 HIV Prevention Work with Mexican Immigrant Populations. 14 th Annual HIV/STD Conference: United Approaches for Diverse Challenges. Illinois Department of Public Health. Springfield, Illinois. October 19, 2005 HIV Risk among Mexican Immigrant MSM National AIDS Prevention Conference. June 13, 2005 Sexuality, Modernization, and Cultural Change in Mexico. XXV International Congress Latin American Studies Association. October 7, 2004 Mexican Gay Men and Sexual Migration: Changing Identities, Ideologies, and Practices. Conference Queer Latin(o/a) America: Diasporas and Histories. The Lesbian and Gay Studies Project. Center for Gender Studies. University of Chicago. May 15, Disparities and Access: The Case of Populations of Mexican Origin in California. 6 th Conference on AIDS Research in California and 20 th AIDS Investigator s Meeting, Universitywide AIDS Research Program, University of California, Los Angeles, February 20, Carrillo, Héctor, Victoria González-Rivera, and Jorge Fontdevila. HIV Risk in Populations of Mexican Origin. Poster presentation. 6 th Conference on AIDS Research in California and 20 th AIDS Investigator s Meeting, Universitywide AIDS Research Program, University of California, Los Angeles, February 20, PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE BOOK: THE NIGHT IS YOUNG: SEXUALITY IN MEXICO IN THE TIME OF AIDS (LA NOCHE ES JOVEN: LA SEXUALIDAD EN MEXICO EN LA ERA DEL SIDA) BOOK PRESENTATIONS CENSIDA Centro Nacional para la Prevención y el Control del VIH/SIDA (Nacional Center for the Prevention and Control of HIV/AIDS) Mexico City. November 21, 2005 Moderator: Jorge Saavedra, Director General of CENSIDA. Commentators: * Juan Luis Alvarez-Gayou Jurgenson, president of the Mexican Institute of Sexology. * Luis Manuel Arellano, director of the Community Orientation Department at CENSIDA. * Luis Perelman, vice president of the Mexican Federation of Sex Education and Sexology. El Colegio de México (COLMEX) Mexico City. November 21, Moderator: Professor Susana Lerner, Reproductive Health and Society Program at El Colegio de México. Commentators: * Professor Ivonne Szasz Pianta, director of the Reproductive Health and Society Program at El Colegio de México. * Professor Ana Amuchástegui, Masters Program in Womens Studies, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco. Grupo Diversidad Sexual (Sexual Diversity Group) Guadalajara. November 24, 2005
16 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 16 Moderator: Armando Díaz Camarena, Founding member of Grupo Diversidad Sexual. Commentators: * Dr. Osmar Matsui Santana, researchers at the Health Sciences Center at the University of Guadalajara. * Juan Carlos Hernández Meijueiro, gay activist and director of the Xochiquétzal Social Studies Center. Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO) and Consejo Estatal del SIDA (COESIDA) Guadalajara. November 25, 2005 Moderator: Dr. Patricia Campos, Director of COESIDA. Commentators: * Professor Carlota Tello, Department of Behavioral Medicine, ITESO. * Professor María Martha Collignon, Department of Sociocultural Studies, ITESO. Book reading at Modern Times Bookstore, San Francisco, May BOOK SIGNING Feria Internacional del Libro (International Book Fair), Guadalajara. November 26, MEDIA WORK November/December 2005: Twenty-one radio and television interviews for stations in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, and the State of Mexico, including: ACIR 1260 Host: Patricia Kelly. Three-hour radio interview for this daily show, which broadcasts from Mexico City on 160 radio stations around the country. Televisa Claudia Lizaldi, reporter El cristal con que se mira. Ten-minute interview for one of the two Televisa morning national newscasts. Promomedios, Radio Mujer Host: Rolando Peña. One-hour radio interview for a weekly show on sexuality in Guadalajara. Radio Universidad de Guadalajara, El Expresso de las 10. Host: Alonso Torres. Onehour radio interview for this daily show in Guadalajara, which broadcasts throughout the State of Jalisco and on the Internet. Televisa Guadalajara Live interview for the show Hasta la Cocina y Algo Más which broadcasts in Guadalajara and the State of Jalisco. Radio Monitor, En Busca del Sexo Perdido Hosts: Guadalupe Loaeza and Dr. Enrique Goldbard. One-hour radio interview for this weekly national show. W Radio, Triple G (Generación de Gente Gay) Hosts: Eduardo Iniesta and Renato Henkel. Half-hour interview for this weekly radio and television show on gay issues, which broadcasts nationally from Mexico City. November 2005: Eight interviews with newspapers in Mexico City and Guadalajara, including, Público, Reforma, El Financiero, La Jornada, Mural, and El Informador. Expert panelist in a two-hour Mexican public television show on sexuality and AIDS entitled Diálogos en Confianza (Dialogues with Trust). Canal 11. Mexico City, Mexico, April 24, 2002.
17 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 17 National newscast interview on the publication of The Night Is Young: Sexuality in Mexico in the Time of AIDS. Canal 11. Mexico City, Mexico, April 22, PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Sociological Association American Public Health Association Latin American Studies Association Sociologists AIDS Network Council member. Section on Sexualities of the American Sociological Association Chair elect. Section on Sexualities of the American Sociological Association. SERVICE TO PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS Associate Editor: Sexuality Research and Social Policy Editorial Board: Sexualidad, Salud y Sociedad: Revista Latinoamericana Editorial Board: Sexualities Editorial Board: Contexts. Peer Reviewer for Academic Journals and Academic Presses: AIDS and Behavior AIDS Education and Prevention American Anthropologist American Journal of Public Health Contexts Culture, Health and Sexuality Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology Ethnicity and Health Global Public Health GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies Health Education and Behavior History Compass Journal of Health Psychology Latino Studies Medical Anthropology Men & Masculinities Qualitative Sociology Salud Pública de México Sexualities Sexuality Research and Social Policy Social Problems
18 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 18 Social Science and Medicine Sociological Forum University of Chicago Press (book manuscript reviews) University of Minnesota Press (book manuscript review) OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 2013 Session organizer: Looking Backward, Looking Forward: Sociology of Sexualities 40 Years after Gagnon and Simon's Sexual Conduct at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association Review of research proposal: National Science Foundation Abstract reviewer for the International Association for the Study of Sexuality, Culture and Society (IASSCS) Conference Review of research proposal: National Science Foundation Co-chair of the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Science track for the XVII International AIDS Conference, Mexico City, August Member of the Cultural Program committee for the conference Member of the fellowship selection committee for the conference The Future of Sexuality Research: Methodological to Social Policy Innovations held April at The Kinsey Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN Member of the Consortium Group on Sexuality Research Training in the US. National Sexuality Resource Center Member of the Steering Committee for the Consortium Group on Sexuality Research Training in the US. National Sexuality Resource Center Member of the selection committee for the Sexuality Research Fellowship Program of the Social Science Research Council. UNIVERSITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Gender and Sexuality Studies Program: Cluster selection committee (February 2014) Interim Director, the Latina and Latino Studies Program Department of Sociology: Admissions Committee University Diversity Council s Academics/Education working group Department of Sociology: Undergraduate Affairs Committee Co-director for the Sexualities Project at Northwestern (SPAN) (Gender Studies Program, in collaboration with IPR s Cells 2 Society (C2S): The Center on Social Disparities and Health, and the Science in Human Culture Program) Gender Studies Program: Co-convener of the Sexuality & Gender Reading Group Gender & Sexuality Studies Program: Gender Studies Advisory Committee.
19 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page Gender Studies Program: Co-convener of the Gender Studies Instructors Group Latina/o Studies Program: Member of the Governing Board Gender Studies Program: Co-chair of the Selection Committee, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Sexuality Studies Department of Sociology: Ethnography Workshop Co-Coordinator Department of Sociology: Sociology Colloquium Co-Coordinator Gender Studies Program: Co-convener of the Sexuality Studies Instructors Group Gender Studies Program: Co-convener of the Sexuality & Gender Reading Group Gender Studies Program: Selection committee, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Sexuality Studies Gender Studies Program: Co-chair, Sexuality Studies Graduate Mentoring Group Department of Sociology: Graduate Affairs Committee Gender Studies Program: Gender Studies Advisory Committee Gender Studies Program: Cluster Fellowship Committee Latina/o Studies Program: Member of the Governing Board Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences: Search Committee for the Director of the Latina and Latino Studies Program Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences: Ad Hoc Committee for Tenure Review. SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY 2007 Search Committee for an Assistant Professor position in Human Sexuality Studies Coordinator of Peer Reviewing, Center for Research on Gender and Sexuality Undergraduate adviser for the minors in Human Sexuality Studies and LGBT Studies Graduate adviser for students in the M.A. Program in Sexuality Studies Graduate coordinator for the M.A. Program in Sexuality Studies Search Committee for a Professor in Human Sexuality Studies.
20 Héctor Carrillo C.V. - Page 20 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO 2005 Selection Committee for the C-ARC/ARI Innovative AIDS Pilot Awards Program. Application reviews Selection Committee for the Innovative Grants Program, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. Grant reviews Selection Committee for the Collaborative HIV Prevention Research in Minority Communities Program. Application reviews Reviewer in 36 internal peer review panels for articles and grant proposals at the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies Selection Committee for the Traineeship in AIDS Prevention Studies postdoctoral program (TAPS). Application reviews Advisory group for intervention research targeting youth at Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. PUBLIC SERVICE Stop AIDS Project, San Francisco. Program Committee National Institutes of Health Advisory Group for the National HIV Research Agenda Policy Recommendations Committee for the San Francisco Mayor's AIDS/HIV Summit HIV Prevention Planning Council Linkages Committee San Francisco's HIV Prevention Planning Council (HPPC). TEACHING AND MENTORING SERVICE TO STUDENTS Advising, Graduate Level Northwestern University First-year adviser for Sociology doctoral students (Marisol Mastrangelo , Clare Forstie , Carlo Felizardo , and Kerri Howard ). Second-year adviser for Sociology doctoral students (Clare Forstie ,Savina Balasubramanian, , and Stefan Vogler ). Member of dissertation committee for Sociology student Theo Greene, Hayrunnisa Goksel, and Marisol Mastrangelo. Outside member or dissertation committee for Loyola University student Diana Guelespe (graduated in 2013). Second reader for special-field papers (Ricardo Sanchez , Hayrunnisa Goksel , and Marisol Mastrangelo ). Supervision of research assistants (Clare Forstie , and Diana Rodriguez-Franco Fall 2011).
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