Search for people, departments, or email addresses.

People Search

Department/College/Unit Search

Search for Academic Expertise - Use this search box to find academic areas of expertise or type keyword directly in the box. Email with questions.

Results for Archives, Archival Practices. 5 records matched your search request.

Areas of expertise: Writing, Archives, Archival Practices, Queer Studies

Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., English, Rutgers University M.A., English, University of Toronto B.A., English, George Washington University

Press Contact

Jennifer Horne

Assistant Professor

(831) 600-7357

Areas of expertise: Film, Cultural Studies, American Studies, Archives, Archival Practices, Critical Theory, Feminist Studies, Documentary Studies

Biography, Education and Training

Jennifer Horne's area of expertise is nontheatrical film and media, with an emphasis on the history of the factual, educational, film in governmental and institutional streams of activity. Her research interests span media citizenship, the history of institutional uses of film/video, media archaeologies, film exhibition histories, areas of film preservation and archiving that shape our understanding of film culture, and all aspects of these areas which touch gender and feminist history. Her publ... more »

Gabriela F Arredondo

Gabriela F Arredondo

Associate Professor of LALS, Ex Oficio, Chair, LALS, Chair, Merrill Faculty Fellows

Latin American & Latino Studies, Dolores Huerta Research Center for the Americas, Merrill College

Areas of expertise: Latin American and Latino Studies, Latino/a Studies, Chicana/o Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, US History, Archives, Archival Practices, Mexico, Border Studies

Biography, Education and Training

Associate Professor LALS; former Chair, LALS Department (2016-2021);Chair, Merrill College Faculty Fellows; UCSC EVC Research Fellow 2018-19; former director Chicano Latino Research Center; author Mexican Chicago: Race, Identity, and Nation, 1916-1939 (2008); co-editor Chicana Feminisms: A Critical Reader (2003). PhD (History), The University of Chicago; CIC Fellow: University of Michigan; MA (History) SFSU; BA (History) Reed College.

Brenda S Lara

Brenda S Lara

UC President's Postdoctoral Fellow

Literature Department

Areas of expertise: Chicana/o Studies, Archives, Archival Practices, Death/Mortality Studies, Epistemology, LGBT+, Critical Theory

Biography, Education and Training

Brenda Selena Lara (she/they/ella) is a UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellow at UC Santa Cruz’s Literature Department. She received her doctoral degree from UCLA’s Cesar Chavez Department of Chicana/o and Central American Studies with an emphasis in Gender Studies and Experimental Critical Theory. Born and raised in South Los Angeles, her upbringing influences her historical, theoretical, and literary research analyzing LGBTQ+ Latinxs’ lives, knowledge, and deaths. Bre... more »

This campus directory is the property of the University of California at Santa Cruz. To protect the privacy of individuals listed herein, in accordance with the State of California Information Practices Act, this directory may not be used, rented, distributed, or sold for commercial purposes. For more details, please see the university guidelines for assuring privacy of personal information in mailing lists and telephone directories. If you have any questions please contact the ITS Support Center.