Interdisciplinary Studies

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Meredith Tromble

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Laura Fantone

Laura Fantone, PhD, has been researching gender and immigration issues at University of California, Berkeley. She is writing a book on gender in California art from the 1970s and Asian American cultures. Before moving to the United States, she published various books in Italy and produced two documentaries and photo exhibits on gender, globalization, activism, contested historical memory, and political participation. Her most recent ethnographic project engaged with xenophobia in Italy and displacement of Roma (Gypsies) in the Balkans.

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Carolyn Duffey

Research Interests: Literary cultural studies: Francophone Caribbean and Maghrebin literature and film, race, ethnicity and gender in literature, the history of Islam in Europe from the Middle Ages to the contemporary period, French medieval poetry, postcolonial and feminist theory.

Grants and Honors: French Government Scholarship; UC Berkeley and Columbia University grants for research in Paris, Rome and London; named a "Knight Fellows 2007 Favorite Professor" at Stanford University.

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Dale Carrico

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Chris Carlsson

Chris Carlsson, director of the multimedia history project Shaping San Francisco (, is a writer, publisher, editor, and community organizer. He has written two books (After the Deluge, Nowtopia) and edited six books, (Reclaiming San Francisco, The Political Edge, Bad Attitude, Critical Mass: Bicycling’s Defiant Celebration, Ten Years That Shook the City: San Francisco, 1968-78, and Shift Happens! Critical Mass at 20).


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