- Associate Professor, School of Architecture & Planning; Community and Regional Planning
Moises Gonzales is an Associate Professor of Urban Design in the Community and Regional Planning Program at the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of New Mexico. He also serves as the Director of the Resource Center for Raza Planning, which is a community outreach center within the School of Architecture and Planning whose mission is to provide technical assistance in the areas of community development, design, and natural resource planning for traditional communities throughout New Mexico. Moises's teaching focus is in Physical Planning and Urban Design as well as Historic Preservation of the Southwest. Moises is co-editor with Enrique R. LaMadrid of the recent book, Nación Genízara, Ethnogenesis, Place, and Identity in New Mexico by University of New Mexico Press (2019). Moises Gonzales is also Co-Author along with Robert William Piatt, Jr. of the book, Slavery in the Southwest Genizaro Identity, Dignity and the Law by Carolina Academic Press (2019).