UCSB Latin American and Iberian Studies Program

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The program in Latin American and Iberian Studies draws on faculty members all across campus. Faculty affiliates are based in their home departments and contribute to the Latin American and Iberian Studies program by offering courses at the undergraduate and/or graduate levels, mentoring students, and participating in program activities. You can search the program website for individual faculty members under Faculty – Alphabetical. Their individual listings are linked to their departments’ or their own websites. 

 

Professional researcher affiliates are included under the Faculty – Alphabetical and Faculty-Fields. Although they do not offer courses on a regular basis, they are valuable participants in the program with expertise in Latin American and Latinx issues.

 

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Affiliates

Professor
Chicana/o Studies
Mesoamerican art | Culture theory
Assistant Professor
Black Studies
Infrastructural violence | Racialized policing practices | Urban security dynamics | Colombia and Brazil
Professor
Global Studies
Security Politics
Assistant Professor
Sociology
Migration | Social Stratification
Professor
Feminist Studies
Political Philosophy | Gender Studies
Professor
Spanish and Portuguese
Contemporary Peninsular Literatures
Professor
Global Studies
International human rights
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Race and Religion
Assistant Professor
Linguistics
Linguistic description and theory | Language and Culture
Professor
Spanish and Portuguese
19th and 20th-century Spanish-American Literature
Professor
History
Chicana/o History | Race & Gender | Immigration & the Borderlands | Juvenile Justice
LAIS Program Vice Director and Director of Graduate Studies | Assistant Professor
Spanish and Portuguese
Professor
Gevirtz Graduate School of Education
Educational measurement | Bilingual education
LAIS Program Director | Associate Professor
Spanish and Portuguese
Professor
Sociology
Social movements/revolutions
Researcher Affiliate
Mesoamerican Research Center
Mesoamerican archaeology
SAGE Sara Miller McCune Dean of Social Sciences | Professor
Anthropology
Associate Professor
Chicana/o Studies
Cultural Studies and Critical Theory
Associate Professor
Anthropology
Sociocultural Anthropology
Associate Professor
Spanish and Portuguese
Comparative Literature | Hispanic Caribbean
Associate Professor
Gevirtz School of Education
Resilience and thriving | Cross-cultural issues | Immigration experiences | Social justice | Subjective well-being
Assistant Professor
Anthropology
Indigenous studies | Gender & sexuality | Race & racism | Development | Migration | Mexico
Professor
Spanish and Portuguese
Mexican and Spanish American Literature
Professor
Gevirtz Graduate School of Education
Adolescent development
Professor
Sociology
Chicana/o studies | Gender studies
Associate Professor
Black Studies
Comparative Caribbean cultural studies
Assistant Professor
Global Studies
Conflict and Violence | African and Latin American Politics
Professor
Anthropology
Geography in Mesoamerica and the southeastern United States
Associate Professor
Film and Media Studies
Latin America and Latino media
Professor
Anthropology Department Chair
Anthropological political economy

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Professor
Chicana/o Studies
Cultural Studies | Critical theory/feminist theory