People

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  • Professor of Global Studies

Comparative Politics; Middle East Politics; Social Movements and Revolution; Critical Security Studies; Police and Military Studies; Human Rights / Socio-Legal Studies; Latin American Studies (especially Brazil, liberalization, human rights, sexuality/race/religion, urban inequality, state theory, regionalism); Middle East Studies (esp. Egypt, Persian Gulf, Lebanon, regionalism, public security, state theory, globalization, urban development, morality, masculinity, gender/sexuality); Theories of state, governance, institutional and legal change; Queer Theory; Post-Colonial Studies

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  • Associate Professor of Sociology
Race/Ethnicity, Racism, International Migration, Urban Sociology, Ethnography and Qualitative Methods, Race/Class/Gender
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  • Associate Professor of English
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  • Associate Professor of History
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  • Hull Professor of Feminist Studies

Labor Studies, Gender, Race, Class, Women's History, Social Politics

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  • Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology
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  • Professor of Sociology
  • Faculty Affiliate of Feminist Studies
  • Director of the Broom Center for Demography
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  • Assistant Professor of Feminist Studies
  • Professor of Anthropology

Sociocultural Anthropology, South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory

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  • Professor of Anthropology
  • Faculty Affiliate of Feminist Studies & Sociology

Sociocultural Anthropology: medical anthropology, psychological anthropology, risk and perception, environmental and health inequality, science, technology and society, gender, race and new technologies, public engagement/deliberation, immigration and health, mixed methods for social research, collaborative interdisciplinary research)

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  • Department of History
  • Coordinator of Gender and Sexualities Research Cluster

Historian of Canada, Gender and Sexuality, and the British Empire

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  • Professor
  • Luis Leal Endowed Chair of Chican@ Studies

Equity issues in education for Chicanas/os, Chicana feminist theory, media representations of Latinos & other ethnic & racial groups, social identity, including ethnic identity

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  • Professor of Psychological & Brain Sciences
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  • Professor of Political Science

American Politics, Identity, Asian American Politics, U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics, Public Opinion and Political Behavior

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  • Lecturer in Feminist Studies
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  • Associate Professor in the Department of Feminist Studies

Black Cultural Studies, Pornography and Sex Work

 

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  • Associate Professor in Asian American Studies
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  • Professor
  • Chair of Department of Feminist Studies

Sexual and reproductive politics; health advocacy movements; feminist analysis of public health, medicine and science; qualitative research methods

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  • Professor and Chair of the Department of Asian American Studies

Asian American Studies; immigration and welfare policy; health care access; race, class, and gender; urban theory; feminist theory and methods; environmental justice.

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  • Professor in Film and Media Studies

 

 

film history and theory, media studies, literary and rhetorical studies, cultural studies, feminist theory, science and technology studies, contemporary art

 

 

 

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  • Professor and Chair of the Department of History

Modern Britain and the British Empire, Gender History, History of Capitalism, Urban History

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  • Associate Professor in Feminist Studies
  • Director of LGBTQ Studies Minor
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  • Distinguished Professor of Feminist Studies
  • Acting Dean of Graduate Division

Women's Movements, Sexualities, Transnational History

  • Professor of Chican@ Studies

Bio-Semiotics and Film Aesthetics; Third Space Feminist & LGBTQI Histories; Science Futurism; Performance, SWAPA Story-Telling and Autohistoria-Teoría; Critical Indigenous Studies; (Anzaldúan) Planetary Liberation Philosophies, De-Colonizing Theories and Methods and Meta-History (Tropology)

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  • Director of Health Equity Initiatives - UCSB
  • Deputy Director of Education and Training - Women's Health
  • Gender and Empowerment Center of Expertise - UC Global Health Institute
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  • Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology

gender, work, social psychology, and health

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  • Distinguished Professor of Sociology
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  • Professor of Black Studies
  • Director for the Center for Black Studies Research
  • Associate Professor in Feminist Studies

LGBTQ Studies, queer theory, genders and sexualities, race and nation, performance studies, social justice, transnational American studies, popular culture, ethnography, cultural politics, political economy, visual art and culture, museum and archive studies

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