• Professor
  • Director of Repository for Archaeological and Ethnographic Collections
  • (805) 893-5713
  • 1710 South Hall
  • Professor

Race, labor, empire, social movements, urban studies, Latin American studies, Central America, Marxism, liberation theology

  • (805) 722-4556
  • 1706 South Hall
  • Assistant Professor
 Maya social movements and resistance, extractivist industries, Guatemala, migration, and forced displacement
  • Professor Emerita
  • Professor
  • Faculty Graduate Advisor

U.S. Spanish-language media; Chicana and Latina Popular Culture; Radio & Sound Practices; Racial Politics of Language; Accent Studies; Langauge Learning Technologies; and Ethnic Studies within K-12 schools.

  • 1705 South Hall
  • Graduate Student

Nationalisms; Gender and Sexuality; Chicana/o/x-Latina/o/x Cultural Expressions; Neoliberal Multiculturalism and Equity in Higher Education

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  • Graduate Student

Intersectionality, Education, Race, Gender, Immigration Status, Sexuality, and Non-traditional First-Generation Undocumented Queer Latinx Students.

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  • Assistant Professor

Chicana/o and Latina/o Performance Studies, Visual Culture and Cultural Studies, Afro-Latina/o Diaspora Studies, Chicana/Latina Feminisms, Chicana/o and Latina/o Theater History and Ethnomusicology, Dramaturgy, Acting Methodology

Joann Erving
  • Business Officer
  • (805) 893-8807
  • 1717 South Hall
Mario T. Garcia
  • Professor

Chicano history, race and ethnicity, southwestern history, autobiography, Latino religion

  • (805) 893-4074
  • 1720 South Hall
  • Assistant Professor

Immigration; Latinx Sociology; Intersectionality; Medical Sociology; Sociology of Mental Health; Aging; Social Determinants of Health

  • South Hall 1708
  • Graduate Student

Latina Sexuality; Embodied Sexual Aesthetics; Racialized Sexuality; Feminized Labor within Modern Capitalism; Digital Sex Work; Sex and Cultural Production

Ellie D. Hernández
  • Associate Professor
  • DEI Officer

20th Century American literature, U.S. Minority and Ethnic Literature, Cultural Studies and Critical Theory, Chicana/o and U.S. Latina/o Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Sexual Minorities and Immigration

  • 1723 South Hall


Affiliated Faculty

Rudy V. Busto
Religious Studies

Leo Cabranes-Grant
Theater & Dance and Spanish & Portuguese

Veronica Castillo-Muñoz

Miroslava Chavez-Garcia

Andres J. Consoli
Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology

Melissa Morgan Consoli

Reginald G. Daniel

Richard Duran

Carl Gutierrez-Jones

Cherríe Moraga

Ben Olguín

Rebeca Mireles Rios

Victor Rios

Willian I. Robinson

Laura Romo

Denise A. Segura

Roberto Strongman
Black Studies

Jennifer Tyburczy
Feminist Studies

Cristina Venegas
Film & Media Studies

Howard A. Winant