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Julie Lewis - Intercultural Studies

Biography

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 in UtahHere are a few fun facts about Professor Lewis:

She attended Modesto Junior College, then transferred to San Francisco State University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in History with a Minor in Women’s Studies in 2002.

She received a Master’s Degree in United States History with an emphasis on Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in 2009, also from San Francisco State University.

Before coming to De Anza, she worked as a substitute teacher in Burlingame, CA.

She is the Department Chair for African American Studies at De Anza.

On a personal note, she loves music, photography, pop culture, and trivia game shows.

 

Click here for student evaluations of her teaching abilities.

 

Courses Taught at De Anza
  • ICS/WMST 8: Women of Color in the USA
  • ICS 9: Race and Ethnicity - Theories & Methods
  • ICS 10: Introduction to African American Studies
  • ICS 11: Roots of the African American Experience
  • ICS/HIST 18A African American History to 1865
  • ICS/HIST 18B African American History 1865 to Today
  • ICS 26: Introduction to LGBT Studies
 Education 
  • B.A. in History; Minor in Women's Studies
  • M.A. in History, United States
  • Areas of Emphasis: Race/Ethnicity, African American Studies, Women of Color, LGBT Studies & 20th Century Pop Culture
Publications
  • "San Francisco's Western Addition: Race, Class, Ethnicity & Urban Renewal," Master's Thesis, 2009.


Contact
email Email: Julie Lewis
Phone: 408.864.8798
Office: MCC 14D

 

Fall 2013 Hours
Office Hours:

M/W: 10am - 11am

T/TH: 12:30pm - 1:30pm

Teaching Hours:

M/W: 11:30am - 1:20pm

T/TH: 10:30am - 12:20pm


Intercultural Studies

African American Studies

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Last Updated: 7/24/12