Section 8244 of HIST21
Race, Ethnicity and Gender in American Culture -- : Feb 07 - May 16 2019
The above section is part of the Umoja Program where students will receive strong support from faculty and peers. Students selecting this section are strongly encouraged to also enroll in ENGL 1A, MW 9-11am (section #6826 ) and/or COUN 80, T 12-1:15pm, 1/29-5/7 (section #4893 ). See the Umoja Counselor Jesekah Loggins for an add code email@example.com.
Section 1041 of HIST30
African American History -- : Sep 13 - Dec 13 2018
The above section is part of the Umoja Program where students will receive strong support from faculty and peers. Students selecting this section are strongly encouraged to also enroll in ENGL 1A, #0758 OR ENGL 100, #1695 and/or COUN 10, #0263. This section is a late start class.
M.A., History, California State University Sacramento, 2011.
B.A., History, California State University Sacramento, 2006.
Santa Rosa Junior College, Spring 2016- Present
Chabot College, Spring 2015- Summer 2018
Contra Costa College, Spring 2015
Los Medanos College, Fall 2013- Spring 2015
Skyline College, Fall 2013- Present
Solano Community College, Spring 2013- Present
Evergreen Valley College, Spring 2012- Present
Christopher was born and raised into a military family living in Louisiana and Arizona prior to moving to California. After graduating from Will C. Wood High School in Vacaville, California, Christopher attended Solano Community College and transferred to Sacramento State University and first earned a Bachelor's and then a Master's in American History with an emphasis on race, gender, and sexuality. After completing his Master's degree, Christopher taught at numerous Bay Area community colleges (please refer to Academic Experience on the previous tab for the list) before being hired at Santa Rosa Junior College. To further his academic growth and professional development, Christopher is currently beginning his second year in the doctoral program for Educational Leadership at San Francisco State University.
Professional Areas of Interest:
African American History
African Colonization and Decolonization
Early American History via Race, Gender, Sexuality
Latin America History
Nineteenth-Century American History
Combating Institutional Microaggression towards Men of Color Attending Community College