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Fall 2020

Section 2415 of HIST21
Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture -- : Sep 14 - Dec 11 2020
This class is a late start class that is offered fully online. There are mandatory class meetings once a week on Tuesday from 4:00-5:00pm. After registering for this class, sign-in to Canvas for additional details.

M.A. University of California, Berkeley
B.A. California State University, Hayward (East Bay)
A.A. Merritt College, Oakland

Presentations and Publications

"'As Long as Grass Grows and Water Runs': The Reservation in American History," WOLM Lecture, 2011

"History and Memory: Survivng the Saturday Matinee," Brook Tauzer Faculty Lecture, 2009

"If Jim Could Speak: An Historian's Take on Adventures of Huckleberry Finn," WOLM Lecture, 2008

"How Sweet the Sound: James Baldwin and the Spirit of the Black Church," WOLM lecture, 2004

"Internal Colonies: The 'Scientific Management' of Indians in 19th Century America," WOLM lecture, 2003

"Institutionalizing the American Cultures Requirement: The Case of Santa Rosa Junior College," American Cultures Seminar, University of California, Berkeley, 1999

"Resurrection for a New Generation: The Legacy of Malcolm X," Press Democrat, November 15, 1992

"The Frontier as Cultural Construct" WOLM lecture, 1992

Honors and Awards

Brook Tauzer Faculty Lecturer, 2009
Faculty Recognition Awards: 2002, 1998, 1997
Study Abroad Faculty:
Florence, Italy, 2015
London, England, 2005, 2003