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Faculty

Faculty members of the Cross-Cultural Studies Program demonstrate a wide variety of research interests and teaching methodologies. Collectively, these individuals are committed to a scholar-activist model of educational inquiry, providing students with the opportunity to think critically and introspectively about politics, history, and cultural production.

Program Coordinator

Sue Gonda, Ph.D.
Interim Program Coordinator
sue.gonda@gcccd.edu
Teaches:
     Hist 108-Early American History
     Hist 109-Modern American History
     Hist 122-Women in Early American History
     Hist 123-Women in Modern American History

Faculty

Adisa Alkebulan
africanasdsu@aol.com
Teaches:    
     CCS/Hist 180-U.S. History: Black Perspectives I    
     CCS/Hist 181-U.S. History: Black Perspectives II


Mónica Hernández
mhernandez.grossmont@gmail.com
Teaches:
     CCS/Hist 118-U.S. History: Chicano/a Perspectives I    
     CCS/Hist 119-U.S. History: Chicano/a Perspectives II    
     CCS 127-Images of the Chicana/Latina


Cheryl Hinton
cheryl.hinton@gcccd.edu
Teaches:
     CCS 133-The History and Cultures of California Indians


Bachir Idoui
bachir.idoui@gcccd.edu
Teaches:    
      Soc 120: Introductory Sociology


Danny Martinez
fourpacks@hotmail.com
Teaches:    
     CCS/Soc 114: Introduction to the Sociology of Minority Group Relations


Raymundo Quezada
raymundo.quezada@gcccd.edu
Teaches:    
     CCS/Soc 114: Introduction to the Sociology of Minority Group Relations    
     CCS/Hist 119: U.S. History: Chicano/a Perspectives II

Emeritus

Tom Gamboa

Last Updated: 07/31/2016
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