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Judith A Scott

Judith A Scott

Professor Emerita, Research Professor

Education Department

Areas of expertise: Education, Language Development, Learning and Learning Theory, Social Justice, Teacher Education, Writing, Language Processing, School Reform and School Policy, Indigenous Peoples


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with a Learning & Instruction emphasis. 1991. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Center for the Study of Reading. M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction. 1986. Education Department, UC-Davis. B.A. in American Studies, UC- Davis. 1977. Emphasis in American Education.   Credentials: Multiple Subject Teaching Credential; Specialist Instruction Credential in Reading; Single Subject Teaching Credential in Social Science. UC Davis.   ... more »

Flora Lu

Flora Lu

Provost, Colleges Nine and Ten, Professor, Environmental Studies

Environmental Studies Department, College Nine, John R. Lewis College

Areas of expertise: Environmental Studies, Community-based Research, Conservation, Diversity, Environmental Justice, Indigenous Peoples, Intellectual Property, Latin American and Latino Studies, Social Justice, Sustainability


Biography, Education and Training

Flora received her A.B. in Human Biology with honors from Stanford University in 1993 and Ph.D. in Ecology from UNC-Chapel Hill in 1999. A National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow, UNC Royster Society Fellow, Lang Post-doctoral Fellow at Stanford University, and Stanford Distinguished Alumni Scholar, she studies the interrelationships between human societies and the natural environment with a geographic emphasis in the Neotropics. More recently, she is interested in conducting research more l... more »


Areas of expertise: Anthropology, Archaeology, Indigenous Peoples, Mineralogy, Material Science


Biography, Education and Training

Professor Judith Habicht Mauche's research interests include the organization of production and exchange, ethnicity and gender, and the nature of power and social organization in middle range societies in the American Southwest and Southern Plains. Her background includes training in pre-contact and post-contact period archaeology in the Americas, ethnohistory and museum studies. She is an expert in the archaeological application of mineralogical, chemical, and isotopic techniques for sourcing... more »


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

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: 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.

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