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David M. Lau

David M. Lau

Lecturer, College Nine

College Nine

Areas of expertise: Poetry, Capitalism, Labor and Social Movements, Globalization, International and Global Affairs


Biography, Education and Training

Poet, essayist, and editor David Lau is a continuing lecturer at College Nine, where he has taught courses since 2007. His books are Virgil and the Mountain Cat and Still Dirty. He is the co-editor of Lana Turner: a Journal of Poetry and Opinion. His poetry and essays have appeared in many publications, including New Left Review, Boston Review, Literary Hub, and The Margins.  

Jennifer L. Derr

Jennifer L. Derr

Associate Professor; Founding Director, Center for the Middle East and North Africa at UC Santa Cruz

History Department

Areas of expertise: Disease and Immunity, Science Studies, Environmental Studies, Biomedical Sciences, Capitalism, Colonialism, History, Water


Biography, Education and Training

Education B.S. in Biological Sciences, Stanford University M.A. in Contemporary Arab Studies, Georgetown University Ph.D. in History, Stanford University

Julie H Guthman

Julie H Guthman

Professor, Principle Investigator, UC Agri-food Technology Research (AFTeR) Project

Community Studies Program, Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Political Theory, History of Philosophy, Capitalism, Democracy


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., Political Science. University of California at Berkeley, 2003 M.A., Political Science. University of California at Berkeley, 1996 B.A. Summa Cum Laude, Economics and Political Science. University of Minnesota, 1995

Daniel Friedman

Daniel Friedman

Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Founder and Director, LEEPS lab

Economics Department

Areas of expertise: Capitalism, Economics, Experimental Economics, Evolution, Game Theory, Mathematical Modeling, Finance


Biography, Education and Training

please see personal web page.


Areas of expertise: North Africa, Middle East Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Capitalism, European Studies


Biography, Education and Training

2004-2006: MA in Arab Studies, Georgetown University 2006-2008: MA in Culture and Theory, University of California, Irvine 2008-2015: PhD in History, NYU  2015-2016: Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow, European University Institute 

Matt Sparke

Matt Sparke

Professor, Co-Director of Global and Community Health

Politics Department, Global & Community Health

Areas of expertise: Capitalism, Globalization, Border Studies, Critical Theory, Health and Wellness, Disease and Immunity, Death/Mortality Studies, Discrimination and Inequality, International and Global Affairs, Political Economy of Development


Biography, Education and Training

Matt Sparke is a Professor of Politics at UCSC. He was was born in Tonbridge, England in 1967. He was educated at a state comprehensive school in Tunbridge Wells, then at the University of Oxford (where David Harvey was his main mentor), and then at the University of British Columbia (where Derek Gregory was his PhD advisor). He joined the faculty in International Studies and Geography at the University of Washington in 1995.  After 22 years in Seattle, he move... more »

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