Christina Juhász-Wood is a Ph.D. Candidate pursuing a graduate certificate in Women Studies. Her dissertation “Militarized Refuge and Settler Colonialism in Albuquerque, New Mexico (1940s-2000s) traces the role of Albuquerque’s military institutions to settlement and refuge to the neighborhood officially named the International District. She currently holds a two-year dissertation fellowship with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. She holds a BA in government from Smith College and completed her master’s degree with distinction from UNM in 2011; her thesis was on the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign. She has taught introductory environmental justice, gender, and critical race studies courses at UNM.