Fernández, C.H. (2019). Tech Savvy Black Girls: Countering the Narrative that Black Girls are not interested in STEM. Paper accepted to the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada
Fernández, C.H. (2018). Black Girl Participation in Technology: Past, Present, and Future. Presented at the 117th Annual American Anthropological Association Meeting in San Jose, CA.
Fernández, C.H. (2015). Identifying with Math: A Case-Study of Math Student Identity Construction in Two Elementary Classrooms. Poster accepted to the 27th Annual Ethnographic and Qualitative Research Conference. (Not presented due to illness)
Fernández, C.H. (2014). Student Identity and Participation in Mathematics Classroom. Poster Presented at the Latina Researchers Networking Conference. New York, NY.
Fernández, C.H., Cook, M.S., Wong, J., Monroe, S. (2012). Beyond the Transcript: Toward Innovative Methods for Video-Based Classroom Interaction. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. Vancouver, Canada.
Henriquez, C. (2011). The Negotiation and Formation of Elementary School Children’s Social Identities in Game Playing. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.
Henriquez, C. & Robles, J. (2010). “I Challenge You”: How Students Develop and Maintain Expert
Identities and Expertise in Game Play. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association
Annual Meeting. Denver, CO.
Henriquez, C. (2009). Battleship Sunk! A Case-Study of Mathematic Skills development in
Children’s Game Playing. Poster presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual
Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.