Faculty Directory

Gabriela F Arredondo
  • Title
    • Chair, LALS Department
    • Chair, Merrill Faculty Fellows
    • Associate Professor of LALS
  • Division Social Sciences Division
  • Department
    • Latin American & Latino Studies
    • Merrill College
    • Research Center for the Americas
  • Affiliations Research Center for the Americas, History Department, Feminist Studies Department, Critical Race and Ethnic Studies, Merrill College
  • Phone
    831-459-5319
  • Email
  • Fax
    831-459-3125
  • Website
  • Office Location
    • Merrill College Academic Building, 33
  • Office Hours Fall 2018 Wednesdays 1:00-3:00 pm & by appt.
  • Mail Stop Merrill/Crown Faculty Services
  • Mailing Address
    • LALS Dept., Merrill Faculty Services, 1156 High Street
    • Santa Cruz CA 95064
  • Faculty Areas of Expertise Archives, Archival Practices; Race; Immigration; Latin American and Latino Studies; Mexico; US History; Feminist Studies; Social Justice; Latino/a Studies
  • Courses Taught LALS 100: Concepts & Theories in Latin American and Latin@ Studies; LALS80H: Comparative Latina/o Histories; LALS144: Mexicana/Chicana Histories; LALS180: Borders: Real and Imagined; LALS194: Migration Histories in the Americas; LALS200: Graduate: Concepts & Theories in LALS; LALS225: Graduate: Comparative Race in the Americas; LALS143: Migrations, Race, Ethnicity in the U.S.

Summary of Expertise

Migration histories of the Américas; Latina/o/x studies; social history - U.S./Mexico; Chicana/o history; critical race and ethnicity studies; Chicana and Mexicana feminisms; “borderlands” studies; history of modern Mexico. 

Research Interests

Current research interests in cross-ethnic and cross-racial cooperation, diversity in coalitions, and processes of racial "mixing" in historical contexts of struggles for social justice.

 

 

 

Biography, Education and Training

Chair, LALS Dept; Associate Professor LALS; Chair, Merrill College Faculty Fellows; Current UCSC EVC Fellow 2018-19; former director Chicano Latino Research Center; author Mexican Chicago: Race, Identity, and Nation, 1916-1939 (2008); co-editor Chicana Feminisms: A Critical Reader (2003). PhD (History), The University of Chicago; CIC Fellow: University of Michigan; MA (History) SFSU; BA (History) Reed College.

Honors, Awards and Grants

- Fellowship, UCSC Executive Vice Chancellor's Academy

- Distinguished Speaker, Organization of American Historians

- Golden Apple Teaching Award, Social Sciences Division, UCSC

- Research Fellowship, Stanford University: Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity

Teaching Interests

Dr. Arredondo's teaching and research interests include briding Latin American and Latina/o Studies, comparative Latina/o/x histories, gender and racial formations, U.S./Mexico histories, comparative immigration/migrations in the Américas, and Chicana/o/x histories.