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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

Campbell Leaper

Campbell Leaper

Distinguished Professor

Psychology Department

Press Contact

cam@ucsc.edu


Areas of expertise: Sexism and Gender Bias, Personal and Social Identities, Discrimination and Inequality, Schools and Academic Achievement, Peer Groups and Friendships, Sociolinguistics, Mass Media, Ethnicity, Gender Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Research Fellow, Harvard Medical School, Boston Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles B.A., Boston University

Regina Day Langhout

Regina Day Langhout

Professor, Area Head, Social Psychology, Associate Editor, American Journal of Community Psychology

Psychology Department

Areas of expertise: Community-based Research, Discrimination and Inequality, Ethnography, Psychology, Youth Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Illinois,Urbana-Champaign B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz


Areas of expertise: Child and Adolescent Development, Personal and Social Identities, Poverty, Ethnicity, Schools and Academic Achievement, Discrimination and Inequality, Multiculturalism, Families, Peer Groups and Friendships


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Minnesota B.A., M.A., University of North Carolina at Greensboro High school:  Guatemala, Guatemala Bilingual Spanish English

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 »

Megan B. McNamara

Megan B. McNamara

Continuing Lecturer, Instructional Designer

Sociology Department, Teaching & Learning Center (TLC)

Areas of expertise: Sociology, Sexuality, Affect Studies, Class, Discrimination and Inequality, Labor and Social Movements, Race, Sexism and Gender Bias


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., Sociology, UCSC (2016) M.A., Sociology, UCSC (2010) M.A., Cultural Anthropology and Social Transformation, California Institute of Integral Studies (2005) B.A., Language Studies, UCSC (1998) EMT-P, State of California (P17390) and NREMT (2001-Present)

Ronald David Glass

Ronald David Glass

Professor of Philosophy of Education

Education Department

Areas of expertise: Critical Theory, Philosophy, Education, Ethics, Epistemology, Democracy, Community-based Research, Discrimination and Inequality, School Reform and School Policy


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. Stanford University; Philosophy of Education M.A. Stanford University; Philosophy C.Phil. University of California, Berkeley; Philosophy of Education Ed.M. Harvard University B.A. Harvard University; cum laude, History and Science Professor Glass is a Professor of Philosophy of Education. He currently investigates the ethical issues raised by justice-oriented collaborative research methodologies, and has long focused his philosophic work on education as a practice of freedom, id... more »

Andrea Seeger

Andrea Seeger

Director, The Writing Center, Lecturer and Core Course Coordinator, Oakes College, Lecturer, The Writing Program

Oakes College, Writing Program
Anjuli Verma

Anjuli Verma

Assistant Professor of Politics

Politics Department

Press Contact

Anjuli Verma

Assistant Professor of Politics

acverma@ucsc.edu

831-459-7094


Areas of expertise: Law and Policy, Politics, Legal Studies, United States Politics and Government, Discrimination and Inequality, Philosophy of Science, Drug Policy


Biography, Education and Training

See: Anjuli Verma, PhD - Curriculum Vitae (CV). Anjuli Verma is an Assistant Professor of Politics and teaches in the Legal Studies Program at UC Santa Cruz. Dr. Verma was previously a Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow in the Jurisprudence and Social Policy Program at UC Berkeley School of Law. She received a Ph.D. in Criminology, Law and Society from UC Irvine and a B.A. in Political and Social Thought from the University of Virginia. Dr. Verma's research examines legal reform, soci... more »

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 »


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

Amy Vidali

Amy Vidali

Chair; Associate Teaching Professor

Writing Program

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Amy Vidali

Associate Teaching Professor

avidali@ucsc.edu


Areas of expertise: Writing, Discrimination and Inequality, Social Justice


Biography, Education and Training

Please see https://amyvidali.com/ for details.


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)

Roberto Santiago de Roock

Roberto Santiago de Roock

Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences and Technology

Education Department

Areas of expertise: Ethnography, Language and Linguistics, Discrimination and Inequality, Science and Technology, Teacher Education, Activism, Marxism


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. Language, Reading, & Culture University of Arizona, 2015 Advisor: Norma González M.A. Language, Reading, & Culture University of Arizona, 2007 Advisor: Luis Moll B.A. History & Latin American Studies (dual degree) University of Arizona, 2003

Alicia R. Riley

Alicia R. Riley

Assistant Professor & Core Faculty in Global and Community Health Program

Sociology Department, Latin American & Latino Studies

Press Contact

https://campusdirectory.ucsc.edu/detail.php?&uid=ariley3


Areas of expertise: Health and Wellness, Discrimination and Inequality, Death/Mortality Studies, Latin American and Latino Studies


Biography, Education and Training

Postdoctoral Scholar, Department Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UC San Francisco PhD in Sociology, University of Chicago MA in Sociology, University of Chicago MPH in Epidemiology/Biostatistics, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health MA in Latin American Studies, Stanford University BA w/ Honors in Human Biology, Stanford University

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