Ian Haney Lopez
Director, Racial Politics Project, Haas Institute For A Fair And Inclusive Society Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor Of Public Law Director, Racial Politics Project, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society; Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Public Law
race and constitutional law, civil rights, 'dog-whistle' politics, communication
professor of economics and co-chair of the Center on Wage and Employment Dynamics at the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment (IRLE).
Director of IRLE from 2004-2015. Research publications cover numerous areas of labor economics and political economy, including the economics of racial inequality; historical stages in U.S. labor markets; high performance workplaces; union-management cooperation; and living wages and minimum wages.
Race and Ethnicity
Associate professor of social welfare
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Mental health, psychiatric disorders, telehealth, mobile mental health services, healthcare for underserved populations, Spanish-speaking services
- (510) 642-3047
Areas of expertise: Social psychology; criminal justice, including police "implicit bias" and police reform; political psychology; stereotyping; prejudice and discrimination. Author of "Suspect Race: Causes & Consequences of Racial Profiling" (Oxford University Press, 2014).
Associate professor of ethnic studies
- (510) 643-0796
Expertise: ethnic diversification of California, census and the multiracial population, the undercount, impact of the census on federal money in the states, construction of racial categories.
Assistant professor of social welfare
- (510) 642-0929
Racial inequities in health care, social determinants of health, race, class and gender and poverty and inequality.
Professor in the Graduate School of Education
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Areas of expertise: academic talent development/gifted education, at-risk youth, cultural identities, achievement, race and schools, diversity, teacher effectiveness, African-American education.