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NameEmailAffiliationDepartmentSpecialty
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Marisa Abrajanomabrajano@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical ScienceLatino politics in U.S.
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Claire L. Adidacadida@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical ScienceComparative Politics; The study of ethnicity and identity, government and non-state provision of public goods, inter-group cooperation and violence, and trust and informal institutions
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Wael Al-Delaimywaldelaimy@ucsd.eduUCSDFamily Medicine and Public HealthEffects of Political Injustice on Health and Mental Health
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Julian R. Bettsjbetts@ucsd.eduUCSDEconomicsEconomics of education
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Frank Biessfbiess@ucsd.eduUCSDHistoryThe role of immigrant labor in postwar reconstruction of the "two Germanies"
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Kimberly C. Brouwerkbrouwer@ucsd.eduUCSDMedicineSpatial and molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases
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William Chandlerwchandler@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical ScienceImmigration policy and the politics of immigration in Germany
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Shana Cohenshanarcohen@ucsd.eduUCSDEducation Studiesresearch explores the barriers that immigrant families face in accessing early intervention services for their children with an autism spectrum disorder.
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Wayne Corneliuswcorneli@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical ScienceImmigration policies in North America, Spain, and Japan
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Fatima El-Tayebfeltayeb@ucsd.eduUCSDLiterature19th and 20th Century European history, (Trans)National Identities, African Diaspora Studies, Gender Studies, Ethnic Minorities in Europe
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Steven Erieserie@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical ScienceImmigrants and ethnicity in U.S. urban politics
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Yen Espirituyespiritu@ucsd.eduUCSDEthnic StudiesGender, race, transnationalism, Filipino and Vietnamese immigrants in the U.S.
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David FitzGeralddfitzger@ucsd.eduUCSDSociologyU.S. - Mexican Relations, Center for Comparative Immigration Studies
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David Gutierrezdggutierrez@ucsd.eduUCSDHistoryHistory of Mexican immigration and relations between immigrants and Mexican Americans
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Zoltan L. Hajnalzhajnal@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical ScienceRacial and ethnic politics, urban politics, minority representation in direct democracy
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Gordon Hansongohanson@ucsd.eduUCSD
Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies
Immigration and trade in the U.S. and México; labor market consequences of globalization
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John B. Havilandjhaviland@ucsd.eduUCSDAnthropologySocial life of language, Tzotzil Mayan, Australian languages, Mexico, Australia
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Alan Houstonahouston@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical SciencePolitical theory; history of anti-immigration thought in 18th Century America.
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Thad Koussertkousser@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical ScienceImmigrants as a component of the California electorate; immigration as an issue in California politics and government
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Kevin Lewislewis@ucsd.eduUCSDSociologySocial networks, Race/Ethnicity
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Lisa Lowelmlowe@ucsd.eduUCSDLiteratureThe Asian-American experience in the U.S.
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Everard Meadeemeade@ucsd.eduUCSDHistory20th century Mexican history and U.S. immigration
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Natalia M. Molinanmolina@ucsd.eduUCSDEthnic StudiesPost-1865 U.S. history, comparative ethnicities, Latina/o history
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Victoria Ojedavojeda@ucsd.eduUCSDGlobal Public HealthDrug use, HIV/AIDS, and mental health issues among migrants
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David Pedersendpedersen@ucsd.eduUCSDAnthropologyTransnational migrant life, remittance circulation, Latin America, El Salvador, U.S.
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James Rauchjrauch@ucsd.eduUCSDEconomicsInternational trade through ethnic networks
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Vanesa Ribasvribas@ucsd.eduUCSDSociologyInternational migration, race relations, and work.
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Steffanie Strathdeesstrathdee@ucsd.eduUCSDGlobal Public HealthImpacts of migration on public health in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands
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Olga Vasquezovasquez@ucsd.eduUCSDCommunicationBilingual communication and education in U.S. immigrant communities
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Pasquale Verdicchiopverdicchio@ucsd.eduUCSDLiteratureNorth African immigrants in Italy
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Mary Walshokmwalshok@ucsd.eduUCSDSociologyWorkforce development; cross-border economic cooperation; innovation
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Tom K. Wongtomkwong@ucsd.eduUCSDPolitical SciencePolitics of immigration, citizenship, and migrant illegality
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Winifred Woodhullwwoodhull@ucsd.eduUCSDLiteratureNorth African and Caribbean female immigrants in France
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Elana Zilbergezilberg@ucsd.eduUCSDCommunicationTransnational Salvadoran immigrant youth in Los Angeles and El Salvador; transnational, border, and urban studies; globalization, violence, race and ethnicity
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Robert Chao Romerorcromero@chavez.ucla.eduUCLAChicana & Chicano Studieschinese immigration and settlement in Mexico, Chinese-Latinos,
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Adrian Favellafavell@soc.ucla.eduUCLASociologyMigration, Urban Sociology, Comparative & Global Sociology, Theory
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Lorrie Frasure Yokleylfrasure@polisci.ucla.eduUCLAPolitical Sciencerace and ethnic politics, political participation and incorporation, state and local politics
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David Hernández
dhernandez@chavez.ucla.edu
UCLAChicana and Chicano StudiesInternational Migration, Comparative Ethnic Studies, Social Movements, Immigrant Detention and Deportation
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Ruben Hernandez-Leonrubenhl@soc.ucla.eduUCLASociologyInternational migration and immigration, border and diaspora studies, Mexico, Latin America.
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Kelly Lytle Hernandezhernandez@history.ucla.eduUCLAHistoryrace, migration, and police and prison systems in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands
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Hiroshi Motomuramotomura@law.ucla.eduUCLASchool of LawImmigration and Citizenship law,
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Kyeyoung Parkkpark@anthro.ucla.eduUCLAAnthropologypolitical economy, class, gender, race/ethnicity, social justice, cultural transformation, transnationalism/globalization; Korean/Asian Americans,
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Michael Rodriguez
mrodriguez@mednet.ucla.edu
UCLAFamily MedicineIntimate partner violence, quality of healthcare for multiethnic populations across the age spectrum and workforce diversity
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Otto Santa Anaotto@ucla.eduUCLAChicana/o Studiesmass media representation of immigrants and immigration in general, network and local news representation, network humor about immigrants as a means of social control
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Abel Valenzuelaabel@ucla.eduUCLAChicana & Chicano Studies1) immigration and labor markets, 2) poverty and inequality, and 3) immigrant settlement patterns.Â
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Roger Waldingerwaldinge@soc.ucla.eduUCLASociologyinternational migration; race and ethnicity
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Min Zhoumzhou@soc.ucla.eduUCLASociologyRace/Ethnic/Minority Relations, Community , Urban Sociology, Asian Americans
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Ninez Ponce nponce@ucla.edu UCLAPublic HealthSocial disparities in health and health care: multicultural survey research, social penalties in health/health access, and population-based cancer prevention and control studies.
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David Brundagebrundage@ucsc.eduSanta CruzCommunity StudiesU.S. immigration and working-class history; Irish immigration to the U.S.; history of long-distance nationalism; history of U.S. social movements placed in transnational context.
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Shannon Gleesonsgleeson@ucsc.eduSanta CruzLatin American and Latino StudiesMigrant populations, the effects of documentation status, labor rights, civic engagement, inequality & stratification, political sociology, law & society, mixed methods & comparative approaches
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Susanne Jonassjonas@ucsc.eduSanta CruzLatin American & Latino StudiesGuatemalan/Central American migration, regional perspectives, transregional advocacy networks, San Francisco area as context, immigration policy critique, citizenship
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Steve McKaysmckay@ucsc.eduSanta CruzSociologyLabor and labor markets, political sociology, globalization and social change, migration and racial formation, Southeast Asia.
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Cecilia M. Rivascmrivas@ucsc.eduSanta CruzLatin American and Latino StudiesSalvadoran transnationalism; media (Internet, newspapers); migration; globalization; race, ethnicity, and gender; bilingualism; consumption; El Salvador; Central America
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Patricia Zavellazavella@ucsc.eduSanta CruzLatin American & Latino StudiesChicana/o-Latina/o studies, women's work and domestic labor, poverty, family, sexuality and social networks, feminist studies, ethnographic research methods, and transnational migration of Mexicana/o workers and U.S. capital.
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Pei-Te Lienplien@polsci.ucsb.eduSanta BarbaraPolitical ScienceTransnational politics of Asian Americans, the intersection of race, ethnicity, gender, and nativity in political behavior, both of the elites and the mass
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David Lopez-Carrcarr@geog.ucsb.eduSanta BarbaraGeographyHuman dimensions of global environmental change, land use/cover change, international and internal migration, fertility, health, rural poverty and development, Latin America
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Juan Vicente Palermpalerm@anth.ucsb.eduSanta BarbaraAnthropologyrural development, peasant economies and societies, migration, labor and agriculture, community studies, family studies, history of ethnological theory, political economy and Marxism.Â
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John S.W. Parkjswpark@asamst.ucsb.eduSanta BarbaraAsian American Studiesimmigration law and policy, race theory, political theory and public law
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Carolyn Pinedo-Turnovskycturnovsky@soc.ucsb.eduSanta BarbaraSociologyRace and ethnicity, Latina/o studies, immigration studies, and ethnography.
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Paul Spickardspickard@history.ucsb.eduSanta BarbaraHistory
Migration and Identity in United States History and in Modern World History, Race and Ethnicity in the United States and in Comparative International Perspective, Asian American History, Culture, Religion, Gender, and Family Life, History and Peoples of the Pacific, Race, Migration and Membership in Germany
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Casey Walshwalsh@anth.ucsb.eduSanta BarbaraAnthropologyPolitical Economy, Commodities, Water, Borderlands, Infrastructures
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Edward Changedch@ucr.eduRiversideEthnic StudiesKorean American, Korean diaspora, Korean-African American Relations, Korean-Latino relations, and Race Relations
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Susan Ossmansusan.ossman@ucr.eduRiversideAnthropologyemerging forms of transnational social life and political engagement from the perspective of serial migrants, people who have lived in several countries. North Africa, Europe, Middle East.
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Karen Pykekaren.pyke@ucr.eduRiversideSociology1.5 and 2nd generation Asian Americans, Gender, Race & Ethnicity, Internalized Oppression, Critical Race Feminist Theory, Power, Identities, Families, Qualitative and Interpretive Methods
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Karthick Ramakrishnan
karthick.ramakrishnan@ucr.edu
RiversidePolitical ScienceImmigration and race/ethnicity, civic engagement, public policy
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Todd Sorensentodd.sorensen@ucr.eduRiversideEconomicsLabor market effects of immigration, Immigrant assimilation, Labor market adjustments of natives to immigration
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Robin Maria DeLuganrdelugan@ucmerced.eduMercedSchool of Social Sciences, Humanities and Artsnation-state formation, national belonging, race-ethnicity-nation, citizenship, social memory, migration, diaspora, transnationalism, indigenous migration from Latin America to the US, El Salvador, California
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Frank Beanfbean@uci.eduIrvineSociologyDemography, Racial & Ethnic Relations, Economic Sociology, Family
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Victoria Bernalvbernal@uci.eduIrvineAnthropologygender, nationalism, transnationalism, development, cyberspace, and Islam.
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Susan K. Brownskbrown@uci.eduIrvineSociologyImmigrant incorporation, urban sociology, educational inequality
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Kitty Calavitakccalavi@uci.eduIrvineCriminology, Law & Societysociology of law, criminology, social deviance, and inequality
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Jennifer Chaconjchacon@law.uci.eduIrvineSchool of LawCriminalization of migration; effects of immigration enforcement on local policing norms and procedures; prosecutions of immigration crimes; human trafficking.
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Leo Chavezlchavez@uci.eduIrvineAnthropologyLatin America, medical anthropology, transnational communities,
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Yong Cheny3chen@uci.eduIrvineHistoryAsian-American history, Late 19th & 20th Century, American social & cultural history, U.S. immigration history, transpacific history, history of food.
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Susan Coutinscoutin@uci.eduIrvineCriminology, Law & Society; Anthropologylaw, culture, human rights, citizenship, political activism, Central America
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Louis Desipioldesipio@uci.eduIrvinePolitical ScienceEthnic Politics, Latino Politics, naturalization, U.S. electoral politics
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Cynthia Felicianofelician@uci.eduIrvineChicano/Latino StudiesRace and Ethnicity, Education, Immigration, Inequality
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Sara Wallace Goodmans.goodman@uci.eduIrvinePolitical ScienceCitizenship in Europe, immigration policy, immigrant integration
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Winston Jameswjames@uci.eduIrvineHistoryCaribbean, African-American, African Diaspora, Europe
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Jennifer Leejenlee@uci.eduIrvineSociologyRace/Ethnicity, Social Inequality, Asian American Studies
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Francesca Mazzolarifmazzola@uci.eduIrvineEconomicswelfare benefits, Economics of Immigration, Wage Inequality
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Jessica Millwardmillward@uci.eduIrvineHistoryAfrican American History, the African Diaspora, Gender and Women, Law and Society
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Ana Elizabeth Rosasarosas1@uci.eduIrvineChicana/o-Latina/o StudiesChicana/o History, Comparative Immigration, Race, Ethnic, and Gender Studies, and Oral History
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Vicki Ruizvruiz@uci.eduIrvineHistoryLatina history, labor studies, immigration history, U.S. West+
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Ruben Rumbautrrumbaut@uci.eduIrvineSociologySecond generation, intergenerational mobility, assimilation, criminality, bilingualism, language loss, ethnic identity, citzenship, health and mortality, education, policy
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Kamal Sadiqkamal@uci.eduIrvinePolitical ScienceSoutheast Asia, India, politics of immigration in Asia, ethnic conflict, and politics of South Asia
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Linda Vovolt@uci.eduIrvineAsian American StudiesAsian American studies; race and ethnic relations; immigration theory; gender relations; social stratification; and community and urban sociology
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Luis Guarnizoleguarnizo@ucdavis.eduDavisHuman & Community DevelopmentEconomic Sociology, entrepreneurs, comparative international development, citizenship
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Erin Hamiltonerhamilton@ucdavis.eduDavisSociologyInternational migration, Mexico, social demography, health, gender, urbanization, geography
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Bruce Haynesbdhaynes@ucdavis.eduDavisSociologyRace & ethnicity, urban studies, community studies
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Bill Hingbhing@ucdavis.eduDavisSchool of LawImmigration Policy, Race Relations, Public Interest Law, Asian American Studies
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Kevin Johnsonkrjohnson@ucdavis.eduDavisLawImmigration Law and policy; race; civil rights
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David Kyledjkyle@ucdavis.eduDavisSociologyEthnicity, economic sociology, law and society, global comparative sociology
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Jeannette Moneyjnmoney@ucdavis.eduDavisPolitical ScienceElectoral participation; political geography; immigration control
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Giovanni Perigperi@ucdavis.eduDavisEconomicsInternational Migrations, Labor Markets, Economic Productivity, Trade
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Michael Peter Smithmpsmith@ucdavis.eduDavisHuman & Community DevelopmentTransnationalism; global migration and citizenship; globalization and urban development; racial and ethnic formation
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James Smithjfsmith@ucdavis.eduDavisSchool of LawImmigration detention, deportation, criminalization, comparative immigration policies and migration of marginalized populations in Latin America, particularly Mexico.
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Lisa Garcia Bedollalgarciab@berkeley.eduBerkeleyGraduate School of Education/Politicial ScienceHow marginalization and inequality structure the political and educational opportunities available to members of ethnoracial groups, with a particular emphasis on the intersections of race, class, and gender
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Irene Bloemraadbloemr@berkeley.eduBerkeleySociologypolitical sociology, race & ethnicity, social movements, nationalism, canada
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