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Areas of expertise: Latino/a Studies, American Studies, Print Media, Bilingualism, Multilingualism, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Chicana/o Studies, California History


Biography, Education and Training

I am a first-generation college student, born in California to a Mexican and German-American family. I got my BA in History at Swarthmore and my PhD in Comparative Literature at Yale. I am interested in the changing conditions of literary production and reception: who gets to say what's good, or what's worth remembering? What languages and linguistic registers have social power, and who gets access to them? These are the questions I ask about English- and Spanish-language materials from across t... more »


Areas of expertise: Chicana/o Studies, Dance, Folklore, Mexico


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Texas, Austin M.A. Latin American Studies, University of Texas, Austin B.A. History, Latin American Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz


Areas of expertise: Chicana/o Studies, American Studies, Latino/a Studies, Sexuality, Poverty


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., Anthropology University of California, Berkeley


Areas of expertise: Activism, Art Theory, Contemporary Art, Feminist Theory, Aesthetics, American Studies, Chicana/o Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Critical Theory, Digital Arts


Biography, Education and Training

BA, Philosophy, Yale University, New Haven PhD, History of Consciousness, University of California, Santa Cruz


Areas of expertise: Indigenous Peoples, Border Studies, Colonialism, Chicana/o Studies, California History, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Feminist Studies


Biography, Education and Training

1986 Ph.D. in History, University of California, Irvine 1982-83 École Normal Superior, rue d’Ulm, and École Des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, France 1975 B.A. in History, University of California, San Diego

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Areas of expertise: American Studies, Border Studies, Chicana/o Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies, Immigration, Latin American and Latino Studies, Literature


Biography, Education and Training

I'm Professor and chair of Latin American and Latino Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. From 2013 to 2018, I directed UC Santa Cruz’s Dolores Huerta Research Center for the Americas (formerly the Chicano Latino Research Center).In 2014, my colleagues and I launched our doctoral program, the first in the world to link Latinx studies and Latin American studies. I help shape and expand these fields and I work for a more diverse, equita... 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.


Areas of expertise: Border Studies, Ethnicity, Chicana/o Studies, Nationalism, Immigration, Latin American and Latino Studies, Sexuality, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Mexico


Biography, Education and Training

    Grace Peña Delgado is Associate Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is a historian of borderlands and migration in nineteenth and twentieth-century North American. She is the author of Making the Chinese American: Global Migration, Localism, and Exclusion in the US-Mexico Borderlands (Stanford: 2012), distinguished as a CHOICE Academic Title. Delgado is also co-author of Latino Immigrants in the United Stat... more »

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