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Professor, Feminist Studies, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Co-director, Center for Racial Justice
Race and technology; cultural studies; critical race and ethnic studies; postsocialism; human rights and humanitarianism; war and nationalism; religion and secularism
Professor of Sociology
Professor of Art (Sculpture / Public Art) , Affiliate faculty DANM, FDM, Legal studies , Founder, co-director UCSC Social Practice Research Center
Dee Hibbert-Jones is an Academy Award nominated, Emmy® award winning filmmaker and internationally recognized artist. Her work incorporates animation, installation, public art and documentary film examining power and politics: how people manage and who gets heard.
Moving-image and Video Art practice in Contemporary Art. Post-colonial and Topographies of Queer Cinema in Independent Film and Fine Art. The Poetic documentary. Scenographic and Curatorial approaches to multiple-screen installation. Black Cinema and the archive.
Associate Professor, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Feminist Studies
Professor of History of Consciousness
Poetics, black cultural theory and philosophies of race, psychoalaysis, Fanon, Afro-pessimism
Associate Professor - Anthropology, also affiliated Feminist Studies
Postcolonial perspectives on contemporary art and cinema, with a particular focus on curating.
Associate Professor - Feminist Studies
Gender and sexuality, race and ethnicity, Latina/o studies, media and cultural studies, ethnography of media, feminism, queer theory, geography, multimedia production, graphic design, colonialism and modernity, Latin American studies—Colombia and Venezuela
Associate Professor, Arts Division
Professor, Literature Department, Affiliated Faculty, Social Documentation