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David M. Lau

David M. Lau

Lecturer, College Nine

College Nine

Areas of expertise: Poetry, Capitalism, Labor and Social Movements, Globalization, International and Global Affairs


Biography, Education and Training

Poet, essayist, and editor David Lau is a continuing lecturer at College Nine, where he has taught courses since 2007. His books are Virgil and the Mountain Cat and Still Dirty. He is the co-editor of Lana Turner: a Journal of Poetry and Opinion. His poetry and essays have appeared in many publications, including New Left Review, Boston Review, Literary Hub, and The Margins.  

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

Gail Hershatter

Gail Hershatter

Research Professor and Distinguished Professor of History Emer.

History Department

Areas of expertise: Asian Studies, China, Communism, Cultural Studies, Pacific Rim, Gender Studies, Oral History, History, Labor and Social Movements, Sexuality


Biography, Education and Training

B.A. Hampshire College M.A. Stanford University Ph.D. Stanford University


Areas of expertise: Comparative Politics, Democracy, Electoral Politics, European Politics, Urban studies, Labor and Social Movements


Biography, Education and Training

PhD Political Science, Columbia University MSc Philosophy, London School of Economics BSc Economics, London School of Economics

Dana Frank

Dana Frank

Research Professor and Professor Emerita

History Department

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Dana Frank

Research Professor and Professor of History Emerita

dlfrank@ucsc.edu


Areas of expertise: Labor and Social Movements, Social Justice, US History


Biography, Education and Training

M.A., Ph.D. Yale University B.A. University of California, Santa Cruz

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)

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


Areas of expertise: India and Indian Studies, Marxism, World History, Colonialism, Labor and Social Movements, Urban studies


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D, University of Washington, Seattle M.A., University of Chicago  B.A, University of Pune


Areas of expertise: Globalization, Labor and Social Movements, Latin American and Latino Studies, Political Economy of Development


Biography, Education and Training

Born in Santiago, Chile, I am a transnational Chilean.  PhD in Economics, University of Massachusetts-Amherst MA in Economics, University of Massachusetts-Amherst BA in Economics, American University (Washington D.C).

Chris Benner

Chris Benner

Professor, Dorothy E. Everett Global Information and Social Entrepreneurship Chair, Director, Everett Program for Technology and Social Change, Director, Institute for Social Transformation

Environmental Studies Department, Sociology Department

Areas of expertise: Urban studies, Labor and Social Movements, Sociology, Environmental Justice, Globalization, Community-based Research, Science and Technology, Social Justice, Political Economy of Development, Activism


Biography, Education and Training

Dr. Chris Benner is the Dorothy E. Everett Chair in Global Information and Social Entrepreneurship, and a Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz.  He currently directs the Everett Program for Technology and Social Change and the Institute for Social Transformation.  His research examines the relationships between technological change, regional development, and the structure of economic opportunity, focusing on regional labor markets... 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: 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)


Areas of expertise: Labor and Social Movements, Digital Media, Video Games, Game Design, Game Studies, Gender Studies, China


Biography, Education and Training

Mengyang (Zoe) Zhao is an activist scholar specializing in the intersections of technology, work, and social movements in a global context. Their current book project delves into platform-based video game services in China. Their art practice leverages gamification to reimagine ways of commoning and queering the care infrastructure.

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