History and Culture
Glen Gendzel is chair of the Department of History in the College of Social Sciences. He is a California native and specializes in California and U.S. history, focusing on politics, business, culture, immigration and foreign policy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of California, Berkeley, and a doctoral degree on the same subject from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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Nicholas Taylor is a professor of english and comparative literature at the College of Humanities and the Arts. He is the author of four novels including “Father Junipero’s Confessor.” He holds a master’s of fine arts from the University of Virginia.
Hien Duc Do
Hien Do is a professor of sociology and interdisciplinary social sciences specializing in Asian American Studies. His research focuses on Vietnamese Americans, the formation of Vietnamese-American communities and impacts on religion and immigration. He is an expert on race and ethnic relations, students in higher education and Asian Americans in politics. He holds a doctoral degree in philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Jan English-Lueck is a professor of anthropology and a distinguished fellow at the Institute for the Future. She is the author of the book “Cultures@Silicon Valley” — an anthropological expedition into the everyday lives of people living in and connected to Silicon Valley. In addition, she has written several ethnographies about cultural futures ranging from California’s alternative healers to China’s scientists. She holds a doctoral degree in philosophy from the University of California, Santa Barbara.