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Aida Hurtado

Professor of Psychology

UC Santa Cruz

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UC Santa Cruz

1156 High Street

Santa Cruz, California,95064

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor

University of California , Santa Barbara


Affiliations

Feminist Formations

Advisory Board Member


MALCS

Member


Education

PhD


bachelor's degree


doctoral degree

University of Michigan , Ann Arbor


master's Degree

University of Michigan , Ann Arbor


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People | Feminist Formations

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Aida Hurtado, University of California, Santa Cruz


March 2010 Gaucho eNews

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Aida Hurtado replaced Mara Herrera-Sobek as the new chair of the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies at UCSB.
Hurtado transferred from UC Santa Cruz, where she worked as a psychology scholar for 20 years. Read more.


www.independent.com

Flash forward to 2010: Aida Hurtado has been appointed as the department's new chair, and has also received the honor being appointed to the Luis Leal Endowed Chair.
She came to UCSB from UC Santa Cruz, where she began her career as a scholar 20 years ago, after earning her master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. A social psychologist, Hurtado focuses her research on race, class, ethnicity, sexuality, and gender. The "bulk of my work is on feminist theory, women's issues, and Latino Educational achievement," said. Hurtado has written a copious amount of literature including Voicing Chicana Feminisms: Young Women Speak Out on Sexuality and Identity, The Color of Privilege: Three Blasphemies on Race and Feminism, and Chicana/o Identity in a Changing U.S. Society: ¿Quién Soy? ¿Quiénes Somos?, which she wrote with Patricia Gurin of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her abundant awards and honors include this year's Women of Color Psychologies Award from the Association of Women in Psychology, recognizing her paper A View From Within and From Without: The Development of Latina Feminist Psychology, which she co-authored with graduate student Karina Cervantes. The paper will also appear in The Handbook of U.S. Latino Psychology. Hurtado also received the American Educational Research Association's SAGE Award for distinguished contributions to gender equity in education research. "Professor Hurtado is a profoundly interdisciplinary scholar," said her colleague Melvin Oliver, the SAGE Sara Miller McCune Dean of Social Sciences.


www.edhat.com

(Santa Barbara, Calif.) - Aida Hurtado has joined the faculty at UC Santa Barbara as the new chair of the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies.
A social psychologist whose research focuses on race, class, ethnicity, sexuality, and gender, she came to UCSB from UC Santa Cruz, where she spent more than 20 years as a scholar in the psychology department. "The bulk of my work is on feminist theory, women's issues, and Latino educational achievement," said Hurtado, who earned her master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She is the author of several books, including "Voicing Chicana Feminisms: Young Women Speak Out on Sexuality and Identity;" "The Color of Privilege: Three Blasphemies on Race and Feminism;" and "Chicana/o Identity in a Changing U.S. Society: ¿Quién Soy? ¿Quiénes Somos? which she wrote with Patricia Gurin of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Hurtado has received numerous awards and honors, including this year's Women of Color Psychologies Award from the Association of Women in Psychology. The award recognizes her paper, "A View From Within and From Without: The Development of Latina Feminist Psychology," which she co-authored with graduate student Karina Cervantes. The paper appears in "The Handbook of U.S. Latino Psychology. The award will be presented at the organization's annual conference in Portland, Ore., later this month, where Hurtado will be a speaker. In addition, in 2007, Hurtado was a recipient of the American Educational Research Association's SAGE Award for distinguished contributions to gender equity in education research. "I am very happy to be here at UCSB," said Hurtado, who also holds the Luis Leal Endowed Chair. She succeeds María Herrera-Sobek, who held the chair from 1997 through 2009 and remains a faculty member in the Chicana and Chicano studies department, in addition to serving as associate vice chancellor for diversity, equity, and academic policy. "The department is really incredible," Hurtado continued. Said Melvin Oliver, the SAGE Sara Miller McCune Dean of Social Sciences: "Professor Hurtado is a profoundly interdisciplinary scholar whose merging of social psychology, Chicano studies, and feminist studies has led to pioneering research on social identity, intersectionality, and educational access. Aida Hurtado joined faculty chair Department Chicana Chicano Studies


Bratton Online

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The Metropolitan Opera's live web cast of Aida in San Jose at 10am and that's about enough.
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY LATINO LEADERS RECEPTION FOR LUIS ALEJO FOR STATE ASSEMBLY will be SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 2009, 2-4pm at the Home of UCSC Professors Aida Hurtado & Craig Haney 317 Ocean View Avenue, Santa Cruz.


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