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Research Justice at the Intersections

RJI Scholars 2015-16

Rebeca Burciaga
Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, San Jose State University
Educación in Nepantla: Living and Learning in Chicana/Latina Borderlands

Patrick Roz Camangian
Associate Professor of Education, University of San Francisco
From Coping to Hoping: Teaching Youth to Thrive through Trauma

Jesica Fernandez
PhD. Social Psychology/ Latin American and Latino Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz
Latina/o Youth Rights Photovoice Project

Catherine (Katy) Guimond
Visiting Faculty, Interdisciplinary Studies, San Francisco Art Institute
Uneasy Ground: Rebuilding Community and Real Estate in the Wake of Crisis

Leece Lee-Oliver
Visiting Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies, Mills College
Red Feminist Roots: Native American Women, Coloniality, and the Liturgies of Death   

Lance McCready
Associate Professor of International Multicultural Education, University of San Francisco
Black Queer Youth Coming of Age in Diverse-Divided Cities

Genevieve Negrón-Gonzales
Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies, School of Education, University of San Francisco
Educating the “Illegal”: Undocumented Community College Students & Neo-liberal Education in California’s Central Valley

France Winddance Twine
Professor of Sociology and Black Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara
Diverse Without Diversity: Utopian Discourses and Racial, Gender and Class Inequality in the Tech Industry

Brandon Valentine
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Mills College
The Importance of Authenticity and Compassion for LGBQ-PoC

Connie Wun
Postdoctoral Scholar, College of Education, University of Illinois, Chicago
Disappeared Subjects: Girls of Color, School Discipline and Punishment

Chris Zepeda-Millán
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Time, Space, and Contention: The Impacts of Protests on Latina/o Identities, Attitudes, and Political Participation

Arely Zimmerman
Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies, Mills College
Contentious Citizenship: Central Americans and the Politics of Membership across Borders

Research Justice at the Intersections

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RJI Scholars Program

2015-16 Scholars

Last Updated: 6/29/17