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Edwina Barvosa, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Edwina Barvosa  
B.A.: Pomona College
M.A.: Cambridge University
M.A.: Harvard University
Ph.D.: Harvard University
Phone: (805) 893-5714
Room: 1704 South Hall
Curriculum Vitae


  • Political Philosophy & Social Theory
  • Identity & Intersectionality
  • Chicana/Latina Feminist Thought
  • Race, Ethnicity and Politics, especially U.S. Latina/o Politics
  • Gender Studies


“Unconscious Bias in the Suppressive Policing of Black and Latino Men and Boys: Neuroscience, Borderlands Theory, and the Policymaking Quest for Just Policing” in Politics Groups and Identities (Forthcoming, 2014).

“Mestiza Consciousness in Relation to Sustained Political Solidarity: A Chicana Feminist Interpretation of the Farmworker Movement.” Aztlán, 36, no. 2 (2011): 121-154.

Wealth of Selves: Multiple Identities, Mestiza Consciousness, and the Subject of Politics, Texas A&M  University Press (2008)


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