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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

Lindsay Knisely

Lindsay Knisely

Continuing Lecturer, Oakes College & Writing Program

Oakes College, Writing Program

Areas of expertise: Writing, Poetry, Literature, Personal and Social Identities, Diversity, Digital Humanities, Social Justice


Biography, Education and Training

Lindsay Knisely has taught writing and social justice at the University of California, Santa Cruz since 2004.   She is a two-time winner of the UC Santa Cruz Excellence in Teaching Award.  Lindsay is a Continuing Lecturer at Oakes College and in the Writing Program, where she focuses on supporting the academic success of first-generation students.   • B.A. in Creative Writing, Minor in Psychology, Oberlin College, May 1999.  Concentrations... more »


Areas of expertise: Colonialism, Slavery, African Diaspora, Atlantic World, Latin American and Latino Studies, History, Race, Law and Policy, Personal and Social Identities, Spanish


Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin


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

B. Ruby Rich

B. Ruby Rich

Professor, Film and Digital Media Department, Social Documentation MFA Program

Film and Digital Media Department

Press Contact

B RUBY RICH

PROFESSOR, CRITIC, SCHOLAR, EDITOR

brrich@ucsc.edu

415-287-0306


Areas of expertise: Aesthetics, Film, Latin American and Latino Studies, Personal and Social Identities, Digital Media, Contemporary Art, Documentary Studies, Feminist Studies, LGBT+, Cultural Studies


Biography, Education and Training

B. Ruby Rich is a Professor of Film and Digital Media, specializing in the Social Documentation graduate program. She is also Editor of Film Quarterly (UC Press), the oldest film journal in the U.S. With a long history in film festival curating, museum exhibition, and public philanthropy before entering academia, she continues to participate in panels and juries at such major film festivals as Sundance, Toronto, and Provincetown. She is the author of New Queer Cinema: The Director's Cut (1998) a... 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: Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind, Personal and Social Identities


Biography, Education and Training

I work at the intersection of philosophy of mind, epistemology, and social philosophy. The big theme in my research is how cognition can be hijacked in ways that contribute to the perpetuation of oppressive social structures - and in how we can fight back.  I am interested in the nature of belief, evidence-resistance and the dynamics of belief revision, and social dimensions of the mind. I completed my PhD at Rutgers University in 2022, and was a University of California President's Postdoc... more »


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

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