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Bill Johnson González is a Chicago native and graduate of Brother Rice High School. For the past few years, he has taught in the areas of U.S. Latino and American Studies at both Harvard and Wesleyan Universities, and he is now delighted to be returning to Chicago to teach at DePaul. Bill's areas of academic interest also include other American literatures (especially African American), critical race theory, and queer theory. He has co-edited one volume of essays called Passing Lines: Sexuality and Immigration, and his article on Sandra Cisneros' novel Caramelo was recently published in Differences: A Feminist Journal.