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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 »

Nathaniel Deutsch

Nathaniel Deutsch

Director of the Center for Jewish Studies, Distinguished Professor and Baumgarten Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies

History Department

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Nathaniel Deutsch

Professor

ndeutsch@ucsc.edu


Areas of expertise: Jewish Studies and Judaism, Religion and Secularism, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, African American / Black Studies, Hebrew, Yiddish, Ethnography


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. University of Chicago


Areas of expertise: African American / Black Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Jazz, American Studies, California History, Improvisation, Urban studies, Cultural Studies


Biography, Education and Training

B.A. History, UC Berkeley M.A. American Studies, University of Michigan Ph.D. American Studies, University of Michigan

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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 »

J Bettie

J Bettie

Associate Professor, Former Department Chair

Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Sociology, Cultural Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Gender Studies, Sexuality, Ethnography


Biography, Education and Training

• Ph.D. Sociology.  University of California at Davis with a designated emphasis in Feminist Theory and Research, Department of Women's Studies.   • M.A. Sociology.  University of California at Davis   • Department Chair, 2017-20.  Department of Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz.   • Chair, 2014.  Race, Gender, Class Section of the American Sociological Association.  


Areas of expertise: African American / Black Studies, African Diaspora, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Critical Theory, Modernism, Poetry, Visual Culture


Biography, Education and Training

Poet and critic, David Marriott, was born and educated in England and received his Ph.D. in literature from the University of Sussex. His first book, On Black Men (Edinburgh University Press, 2000; Columbia University Press, 2000), was an interdisciplinary study of how models of selfhood come to acquire cultural recognition through the aberrant fictions of race. His second book, Haunted Life (forthcoming Rutgers University Press), extends this meditation on discourses of inwardness and the parad... more »


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: American Studies, Community-based Research, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Indigenous Peoples, Intellectual Property, Public Art


Biography, Education and Training

Jon holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley, a Masters in Anthropology from Portland State University, a Masters in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and a Bachelors in Journalism from the University of Nebraska.

Hiroshi Fukurai

Hiroshi Fukurai

Professor of Sociology and Legal Studies, President, Asian Law and Society Association (2018-19)

Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Sociology, Legal Studies, International and Global Affairs, Race, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Indigenous Peoples, Law and Policy, Discrimination and Inequality, Statistics


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., Sociology, University of California, Riverside M.A., Sociology, University of California, Riverside B.A., Sociology, California State University Fullerton Metallurgical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Miyagi, Japan Hiroshi Fukurai is professor of Sociology and Legal Studies and the President of the Asian Law and Society Association (ALSA, 2018-2019).  He won the Chancellor's Achievement Award for Diversity in 2014 and the UCSC Service Recognition Awa... more »


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

Steve McKay

Steve McKay

Professor, Director, UCSC Center for Labor and Community

Sociology Department, Center for Labor Studies

Areas of expertise: Sociology, Labor and Social Movements, Immigration, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Globalization, Gender Studies


Biography, Education and Training

2001 - Ph.D., Sociology, University of Wisconsin - Madison1996 - M.A., Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin - Madison1989 - B.A., Political Economy of Industrial Societies, University of California - Berkeley  

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

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Allison Arteaga Soergel

Public Information Representative, Social Sciences

asoergel@ucsc.edu

831-459-4399


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: 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: Anthropology, Education, Critical Theory, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Ethnography, Marxism, School Reform and School Policy, United States Politics and Government


Biography, Education and Training

  Ph.D.  University of California Berkeley,  Social and Cultural Studies in Education B.A.     Brown University, Educational Studies & Critical Theory        


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 


Areas of expertise: Activism, Environmental Justice, Science and Technology, American Studies, Sustainability, California History, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., Geography, University of California, Berkeley B.A., Politics with Honors, Oberlin College

Talib Ali Jabbar

Talib Ali Jabbar

Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Doctoral Candidate

Literature Department, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies

Areas of expertise: Asian Studies, South Asian Studies, Asian American Pacific Islander History, Literature, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Queer Studies, Cultural Studies, War


Biography, Education and Training

Talib is a doctoral candidate, teaching assistant, and instructor in literature and critical race and ethnic studies. He focuses on the racial and queer politics of American imperial militarism in Asia and its diasporas, with special attention to under-theorized regions of the so-called “war on terror,” e.g. Pakistan and the Philippines. He got his BA from UCSC and MS in social policy from Lund University (Sweden).


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: Psychology, Education, Social Psychology, Immigration, Personal and Social Identities, Latin American and Latino Studies, Youth Studies, Discrimination and Inequality, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Child and Adolescent Development


Biography, Education and Training

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Applied Psychology, New York University Ph.D., Education - Psychological Sciences, Stanford University M.A., Psychology, Stanford University B.A., Psychology & Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity w/ Honors, Stanford University


Areas of expertise: Sociology, African Diaspora, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, African American / Black Studies, Immigration, Activism, Discrimination and Inequality, Labor and Social Movements


Biography, Education and Training

PhD: Geography and Science and Technology Studies, UC Berkeley (2018) MPA: Brown University (2010) AB: International Relations and Africana Studies, Brown University (2009)

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criticalrealitiesstudio@gmail.com


Areas of expertise: Virtual Reality, Immersive, and Augmented Reality Environments, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Environmental Justice, Digital Arts, Digital Humanities, Digital Media, Gender Studies, Feminist Theory


Biography, Education and Training

micha cárdenas, PhD, MFA, is an artist, and Associate Professor of Critical Race & Ethnic Studies and Performance, Play & Design, at the University of California, Santa Cruz, where she directs the Critical Realities Studio. Her debut novel Atoms Never Touch (forthcoming October AK Press 2023) imagines trans latina love crossing multiple quantum realities. Her academic monograph Poetic Operations: Trans of Color Art in Digital Media (Duke UP 2022) was the co-winner of the Glor... 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 »

Naya Jones

Naya Jones

Assistant Professor & Core Faculty in Global and Community Health Program

Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: African Diaspora, African American / Black Studies, Agroecology and Agriculture, Environmental Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Latin American and Latino Studies, Social Justice


Biography, Education and Training

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Primary Care Research - Medical College of Wisconsin PhD, Geography & the Environment -  University of Texas at Austin MA, Latin American Studies - University of Texas at Austin  

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