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David T Brundage

David T 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

Steven Mc Kay

Steven Mc Kay

Professor, Director, UCSC Center for Labor and Community

Sociology Department, Center for Labor and Community

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  

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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 »


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 »


Areas of expertise: Sociology, Immigration, Labor and Social Movements, Social Justice, Statistics


Biography, Education and Training

2009. Ph.D., Sociology, University of California – Los Angeles 2000. M.A., Social and Cultural Studies of Education, Berkeley School of Education.  1997. B.A., Sociology (cum laude), Harvard University Dr. Veronica Terriquez received her Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of California Los Angeles, her M.A. in Education at the University of California Berkeley, and her B.A. in Sociology at Harvard University. Her research examines how individuals’ demographic... 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)

Juan Pedroza

Juan Pedroza

Associate Professor

Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Sociology, Immigration


Biography, Education and Training

I'm an Assistant Professor of sociology at UCSC where I study the changing landscape of immigration in the United States. Over the past decade, I have examined the vast inequalities of immigrants' access to justice and the social safety net. My research examines how and where deportation and enforcement initiatives exacerbate these inequalities and leave imprints in our local communities.   My research on immigrant families has received support from the Russell Sage Foundation Pipeli... more »

Amy Marie Argenal

Amy Marie Argenal

Assistant Teaching Professor of Community-Engaged Research and Learning

Sociology Department
Laura Beth Bugg

Laura Beth Bugg

Associate Professor, Associate Director, Global and Community Health Program

Global & Community Health

Areas of expertise: Religion and Secularism, Immigration, Community-based Research


Biography, Education and Training

Professor Bugg is an Associate Professor in and Associate Director of the Global and Community Health Program at UCSC. She received an MDiv and ThD from Harvard University in 2006 and then an MURP from The University of Sydney in 2008. She has been part of the teaching and research faculty at both The University of Sydney (2008-2013) and The University of Toronto (2014-2024). She joined UCSC as a faculty member in March, 2024.

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