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Faculty

Covin, David
Cameron-Wedding, Rita
Green, Ricky
Kimenyi, Alexandre
Mosupyoe, Boatamo - Director*

PROFESSOR DAVID COVIN



A Professor of Government and Ethnic Studies, David Covin has his Ph.D. in Political Science from Washington State University. He is a founder of the Sacramento Area Black Caucus, and has published a novel, Brown Sky. His major research interests are Black Politics in the U.S. and Brazil, and Social Movements.

David Covin, Ph.D.
Professor
Pan African Studies
Ethnic Studies Department
Telephone: (916) 278-5363
covindl@csus.edu



PROFESSOR RITA CAMERON-WEDDING



Rita Cameron-Wedding, Ph.D.
Director of Women's Studies &
Professor of Ethnic Studies

Women's Studies Program
Amador Hall 561
(916) 278-6817



PROFESSOR RICKY GREEN



Ricky K. Green, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Ethnic Studies Department
Amador Hall 460
Telephone: (916) 278-4376
Personal Webpage



PROFESSOR ALEXANDRE KIMENYI

Alexandre Kimenyi, Ph.D.
Professor
Pan African Studies
Ethnic Studies Department
Telephone: (916) 278-6645
kimenyi@saclink.csus.edu
Personal Website



PROFESSOR BOATAMO MOSUPYOE

Dr. Mosupyoe joined the Ethnic Studies Department in fall 2003; she received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, in Social Cultural Anthropology with a focus on Ethnic Studies, African/African Americans. Dr. Mosupyoe's research experience includes an ethnography research on the life, migration, success and failure trend of recent African immigrants in the United States in 1960-2001 (focusing on the San Francisco Bay Area and Washington State's Puget Sound regions).



PROFESSOR ANDRES RENDON

Prof. Andres Rendón
(Arizona State) M.S.W.
Office: Amador 553C
Phone: 916.278.4272
E-mail: arendon@csus.edu
Personal Website



PROFESSOR OTIS SCOTT

Major interests of Professor Scott are in the African American political and social experience in the United States, as well as the social experiences of ethnic groups within oppressive institutional formations.

His research interest is in developing descriptive and prescriptive ethnic based social science/humanities models for better understanding the complexities of life among people of color and how the challenges arising from these complexities are addressed. Recent publications include The Veil: Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity in the United States (1994), Teaching from a Multicultural Perspective (1994) and Lines, Borders and Connections (1997).

Associate Dean
College of Social Science & Interdisciplinary Studies
&
Professor
Pan African Studies
Ethnic Studies Department
(916) 278-6645
scottol@csus.edu



PROFESSOR JOHN SHOKA

John Shoka, Ph.D.
Professor
Ethnic Studies Department &
Government Department
TAH 3117
(916) 278-6645
jls@saclink.csus.edu



PROFESSOR HORTENSE SIMMONS

Hortense Simmons
Professor of English and Ethnic Studies
CLV 154
(916) 278-5780
hortense@csus.edu
Personal Webpage


Last Updated: February 20, 2008