Dr. Antonio Duran (he/him/él) is an assistant professor in higher education. Dr. Duran researches how historical and contemporary legacies of oppression influence college student development, experiences and success. In particular, he uses critical and poststructural frameworks (e.g., intersectionality, queer of color critique, quare theory, jotería studies) to investigate the presence of overlapping systems of racism, heterosexism, trans oppression and other forms of oppression in postsecondary environments. He is an active member of the following associations: ACPA – College Student Educators International; Alliance of Hispanic Serving Institution Educators (AHSIE); American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE); American Educational Research Association (AERA); Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) and NASPA: Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education.
- Critical perspectives on college student development, experiences and success
- Experiences of queer and trans individuals in higher education, as well as Latinx/a/o communities
- Intersectional theorizing in educational practice, policy and scholarship
- Examinations of servingness for subgroups of Latinx/a/o communities at Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)
- PhD - The Ohio State University, Higher Education and Student Affairs
- MS - Miami University, Student Affairs in Higher Education
- BA - New York University, English and American Literature
- Duran, A. (2021). The experiences of queer students of color at historically white institutions: Navigating intersectional identities on campus. Routledge.
- Garcia, C. E., & Duran, A. (Eds.). (2021). Moving culturally-based sororities and fraternities forward: Innovations in practice. Peter Lang.
- Duran, A., Jourian, T.J., Miller, R. A., & Cisneros, J. (Eds.). (under contract). Queerness as being in higher education: Narrating the insider-outsider paradox as LGBTQ+ scholars and practitioners. Routledge.
- Duran, A., Jourian, T.J., Miller, R. A., & Cisneros, J. (Eds.). (under contract). Queerness as doing in higher education: Narrating the insider-outsider paradox as LGBTQ+ scholars and practitioners. Routledge.