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David Brundage

David Brundage

Professor Emeritus , Research Professor of History

History Department

Areas of expertise: Immigration, Class, Colonialism, Discrimination and Inequality, History, Labor and Social Movements, US History


Biography, Education and Training

B.A. Reed College M.A. University of Warwick Ph.D. UCLA

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


Areas of expertise: Colonialism, Gender Studies, Religion and Secularism, Cultural Studies, Feminist Studies, Women's Studies


Biography, Education and Training

B.A., Brandeis University M.A., University of Pennsylvania Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania


Areas of expertise: Archaeology, Africa and African Studies, African Diaspora, Slavery, Atlantic World, Colonialism, Geographic Information Systems, Subsaharan Africa


Biography, Education and Training

Professor J. Cameron Monroe earned a B.A. from UC Berkeley (1995), M.A. from UCLA (1999), and PhD from UCLA (2003), all degrees in Anthropology. Between 2004 and 2006, he was a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Departments of African and African American Studies, Anthropology, and History at Washington University in St. Louis. He joined the Department of Anthropology at UC Santa Cruz in the Fall of 2006. He has participated in archaeological field research in Armenia, Belize, Bénin, Haiti, Israe... more »

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Vilashini Cooppan

Professor of Literature

vcooppan@ucsc.edu


Areas of expertise: Africa and African Studies, Ocean Studies, Atlantic World, Colonialism, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Critical Theory, Sense and Sensation, Psychoanalysis, Gender Studies, Sexuality


Biography, Education and Training

Vilashini Cooppan completed her BA at Yale University in 1988 and her Ph.D in Comparative Literature at Stanford University in 1996. She held a Stanford University African Studies fellowship at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa, in 1995 and a University of California President's Postdoctoral Fellowship in1996-97. She was Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at Yale University from 1997 to 2004.  Since then, she has taught at UCSC, where she teaches comparative and world ... more »


Areas of expertise: Colonialism, Slavery, African Diaspora, Atlantic World, Latin American and Latino Studies, History, Race, Law and Policy, Personal and Social Identities, Spanish


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin


Areas of expertise: Africa and African Studies, African American / Black Studies, African Diaspora, Africana Studies, Colonialism, Film, Subsaharan Africa, Jazz


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison


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

Alice S. Yang

Alice S. Yang

Chair, History Department, Associate Professor of History, Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Pacific War Memories

History Department, Stevenson College, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

Areas of expertise: History, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Comparative Politics, California History, Colonialism, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies, Labor and Social Movements, Oral History


Biography, Education and Training

B.A., M.A.T. Brown University M.A., Ph.D. Stanford University


Areas of expertise: History, European Studies, Africa and African Studies, African Diaspora, Colonialism, Critical Theory, Cultural Studies, Feminist Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Urban studies


Biography, Education and Training

B.A., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill M.A., University of Colorado, Boulder Ph.D., Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ


Areas of expertise: India and Indian Studies, Marxism, World History, Colonialism, Labor and Social Movements, Urban studies


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D, University of Washington, Seattle M.A., University of Chicago  B.A, University of Pune

Benjamin Breen

Benjamin Breen

Associate Professor

History Department

Areas of expertise: History of Science, Colonialism, Digital Humanities, Drug Policy, World History


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, May 2015.

Tsim D. Schneider

Tsim D. Schneider

Associate Professor, Director of Undergraduate Studies

Anthropology Department

Areas of expertise: Anthropology, Archaeology, Colonialism, California History, Indigenous Peoples, Material Science


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. - University of California, Berkeley M.A. - University of Texas at Austin B.A. - University of Texas at Austin  Tsim Schneider (he/him) is a citizen of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and archaeologist. Dr. Schneider studies the interactions between Indigenous peoples and colonial institutions, primarily in California. He is the author of The Archaeology of Refuge and Recourse: Coast Miwok Resilience and Indigenous Hinterlands in Colonial California (Univer... more »


Areas of expertise: Activism, African Diaspora, Agroecology and Agriculture, Climate Change, Community Studies, Colonialism, Community-based Research, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, Environmental Justice, Environmental Studies, Indigenous Peoples, International Development, Latin American and Latino Studies, Marxism, Social Justice, Sustainability, Tropical Forest


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Juli Hazlewood is an Intercultural Geographer and activist, researcher, writer, and educator from Indiana (USA). She is Co-Founder and Executive Director of Roots & Routes IC, an organization dedicated to facilitating the sharing of cultural ways of knowing and compassion between diverse cultures en route to responsibly stewarding a flourishing living world.  For over two decades she has lived and walked with the Chachi, Awá, and Afro-descendant communities of Ecuador’s Pacific Northwes... more »


Areas of expertise: Gender Studies, Women's Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, American Studies, Colonialism, Middle East Studies


Biography, Education and Training

I received my Ph.D. in American Studies with a Portfolio in Women’s and Gender Studies from University of Texas at Austin, where I trained in transnational American studies, critical race and ethnic studies, feminist studies, and comparative colonialisms. My research broadly engages questions of settler colonialism, U.S. empire, and the fraught politics of both tourism and solidarity. My first book, Invited to Witness: Solidarity Tourism Across Occupied Palestine (Duke University Press, 202... more »


Areas of expertise: The Philippines, Southeast Asian Studies, History of Science, Colonialism, Science Studies


Biography, Education and Training

I am interested broadly in the politics of plant life and floral world-making in modern histories of the Philippines and Southeast Asia. My first book project, titled Sovereign Vernaculars: [Un]making Botany in the Colonial Philippines (Duke University Press, 2025), expands the "vernacular" in the history of colonial botany and examines practical and epistemological tensions in the Philippines during the science's internationalist acceleration. My next project, one draw... more »

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