Engaging articles published
on diverse, relevant topics!
- Regular contributor to The Huffington Post on race, women and LGBT issues.
- Regular contributor to Workforce Magazine on “New School D&I” topics like workplace leadership and developing diverse talent.
- Author of two pieces on “Why Your Diversity Initiative is Doomed” in Training Magazine, fall 2016.
- Regular blogger for Diversity Executive’s Global Workforce channel on workplace leadership and best practices in diversity and inclusiveness, 2013 – 2016.
- Diversity Case in Point: TEDxABQ Women Takes Diversity and Inclusion Beyond Gender, Diversity Best Practices, July 16, 2013.
- Patient Care Strategies for a Growing Latino/Hispanic Population, Hospitals & Health Networks® Daily, December 10, 2012.
ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS (selected)
Rinderle, S. & Montoya, D. (2008). Hispanic/Latino identity labels: An examination of cultural values and personal experiences. The Howard Journal of Communications, 19, 144-164.
Rinderle, S. (2006). Quiénes son/quiénes somos: A critical look at the changing names for people of Mexican descent across history. International and Intercultural Communication Annual, 28, 143-165.
Rinderle, S. (2005). Mexican diaspora: A critical examination of signifiers. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 29, 294-316.
Rinderle, S. (2004). U.S. American-Mexican intercultural conflict: a study of mixed couples in Guadalajara, México. Available on CC-doc Documentación en Ciencias de la Comunicación database, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente, (ITESO), Guadalajara, Jalisco, México. Web site: http://ccdoc.iteso.mx/acervo/cat.aspx?cmn=browse&id=5457
COMMERCIAL PUBLICATIONS (selected)
[/column]Rinderle, S. (2010). Identity and Labels. In D.J. Leonard & C.R. Lugo-Lugo (Eds.), Latinos and Latinas in US History and Culture: An Encyclopedia (pp. 245-249). Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe, Inc.
Rinderle, S. (2010). Los Angeles. In D.J. Leonard & C.R. Lugo-Lugo (Eds.), Latinos and Latinas in US History and Culture: An Encyclopedia (pp. 300-304). Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe, Inc.
Rinderle, S. (2010). Quinceañera. In D.J. Leonard & C.R. Lugo-Lugo (Eds.), Latinos and Latinas in US History and Culture: An Encyclopedia (pp. 467-469). Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe, Inc.
Rinderle, S. (2000, Spring). The Huichol way: An endangered path to completion. Native Americas, 52-55.
Rinderle, S. (1998, October/November). Isabel Martínez: Vida y arte. Latin Style, 40 (3), 64-65.
Rinderle, S. (1998, Fall). Chiapas, Mexico: Religious crusade/government charade. Native Americas, 56-59.
Rinderle, S. (1997, Winter). Nation and diaspora: Zapoteco in three worlds. Native Americas, 54-57.
Rinderle, S. (1997, Winter). Skin deep: The ”ins” and ”outs” of color and personal identity. Interrace, 40, 12-13.
Rinderle, S. (1997, July 30). The fabric of family. The Riverside Press-Enterprise, C1-C2.
Rinderle, S. (1997, April 3). Taking root: Poet Francisco X. Alarcón talks about life, language and Laughing Tomatoes. Sacramento News & Review, 29-30.
Rinderle, S. (1996, December 12). Spiritual yarns: Shaman artist José Benítez Sánchez brings Huichol culture to Sacramento. Sacramento News & Review, 25-26.
Rinderle, S. (1996, October 31). The lady is a lowrider: The members of Sweet Temptations are no back-seat drivers. Sacramento News & Review, 18-19.
Rinderle, S. (1996, September). José Recinos: A journey to success. Black Diaspora, 13-14.