- B.A., Stanford University
- Ph.D., Cornell University
Carl Gutiérrez-Jones is a Professor in the English Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he has taught since 1990. He served as department Chair from 2001-2004. He is currently the Director of the Center for Chicano Studies at UCSB. He pursued his undergraduate degree in English and American literature at Stanford University and his Ph.D at Cornell University. His interests include American studies; Chicano studies; contemporary fiction; critical race studies and the culture of human rights. He is the author of Critical Race Narratives: A Study of Race, Rhetoric, and Injury (2001), Rethinking the Borderlands: Between Chicano Narrative and Legal Discourse (1995), as well as numerous articles on literature, film, legal studies and cultural theory. He has also served as the Principal Investigator of a Rockefeller Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship Award (2000-2005). Professor Gutiérrez-Jones is currently at work on a book that examines the literature of human rights.
- American Literature
Carl Gutiérrez-Jones's Bookshelf
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