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Areas of expertise: Ethnography, Mass Media, Performance, Latin American and Latino Studies, LGBT+, Queer Studies


Biography, Education and Training

I'm an anthropologist specialized in the ethnography of media. My first book is on the accomplishment of femininity among beauty pageant contestants (misses) and transgender women (transformistas) in Venezuela. My work focuses on the role of the imaginary in the survival of queer and transgender people in Latin America, and the place of these subjects in the nation. I am co-founder of El/La Para TransLatinas in the Mission District of San Francisco, CA, a social justice organization that pr... more »

Nathaniel Deutsch

Nathaniel Deutsch

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

History Department

Press Contact

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

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.  

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

Tanya Merchant

Tanya Merchant

Associate Professor

Music Department

Areas of expertise: Ethnomusicology, Ethnography, Asian Music, Gender Studies, Women's Studies


Biography, Education and Training

B.M., Peabody Conservatory, Institute of the Johns Hopkins University M.Mus., Goldsmiths College, University of London Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles


Areas of expertise: Russia, Ethnography, Poverty, Social Justice, Socialism, African Diaspora, Food/Nutrition, European Studies, Communism


Biography, Education and Training

Harvard University, Social Anthropology, Ph.D., A.M. Indiana University, Russian and East European Studies, M.A. University of Tennessee, Russian and East European Studies, B.A.

Cindy  Cruz

Cindy Cruz

Associate Professor

Education Department

Areas of expertise: LGBT+, Diversity, Teacher Education, Ethnography, Social Justice


Biography, Education and Training

My research focuses on youth resistance, pedagogy, and testimonial narratives in urban educational spaces, with particular attention paid to the life experiences of LGBTQ street youth. I am also engaged in the conversation of how we represent youth of color in educational research, where deficit and other culture of poverty models often divest youth and their communities of agency or naturalize discourses of criminalization and poverty. It is through ethnography where I am able to engage and ext... more »


Areas of expertise: Ethnography


Biography, Education and Training

Megan Moodie (B.A. Skidmore College 1998; Ph.D. University of California, Santa Cruz, 2006) is Associate Professor of Anthropology.

Kimberly Adilia Helmer

Kimberly Adilia Helmer

Teaching Professor (Senate Faculty)

Writing Program, Stevenson College

Press Contact

Kimberly Adilia Helmer

Teaching Professor

Khelmer@ucsc.edu

805.320.0875


Areas of expertise: Teacher Education, Bilingualism, Multilingualism, Writing, Anthropology, Ethnography


Biography, Education and Training

Kimberly Adilia Helmer holds an MA TESOL from the Monterey Institute of International Studies and a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching from the University of Arizona. She is the recipient of two distinguished teaching prizes from the University of Arizona and John Jay College, CUNY.


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        

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


Areas of expertise: Ethnography, Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights, Food/Nutrition, Social Movements, South Asian Studies


Biography, Education and Training

I received my PhD from the Department of Anthropology at Stanford University in 2013, and was a Post-Doctoral fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology at Stockholm University from 2013-2015. Prior to that, I received my Bachelors in Law (LLB) from the Faculty of Law at University of Delhi in 2001 and practised in the Supreme Court of India and the Gauhati High Court in Assam.


Areas of expertise: Learning Sciences, Learning and Learning Theory, Education, Youth Studies, Social Psychology, Ethnography, Social Justice, Race, Personal and Social Identities, Law and Policy


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. & M.A., Northwestern University Ed.M., Harvard Graduate School of Education B.A., University of California, Berkeley

Azrikam (Azri) Amram

Azrikam (Azri) Amram

Israel Institute Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, Assistant Adjunct Professor

Anthropology Department

Areas of expertise: Anthropology, Foreign Policy, Ethnography, Middle East Studies


Biography, Education and Training

  My research interests are the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Food Anthropology, and tourism. My research engages specifically with the relations between Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel in food spaces (namely, restaurants, cafes, markets, and culinary tours). Lately, I’m getting more and more interested in environmental issues, especially, the ways our food systems are influencing, and influenced by climate change.

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