Paul R. Spickard
Paul Spickard is a professor of history, Black studies, and Asian American studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Among his many books are Global Mixed Race (2014); Multiple Identities: Migrants, Ethnicity, and Membership (2013); Almost All Aliens: Immigration, Race and Colonialism in American History and Identity (2007); Is Lighter Better? Skin-Tone Discrimination among Asian Americans (2007); Race and Nation: Ethnic Systems in the Modern World (2005); Racial Thinking in the United States (2004); and Mixed Blood: Intermarriage and Ethnic Identity in Twentieth-Century America (1989). He is the winner of the American Studies Association's Richard Yarborough Mentoring Award, for mentoring minority scholars and students, as well as the Mixed Roots Film and Literary Festival's Loving Award.
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- Immigrants and the Undocumented: What's Real, What's Not, and What We Can Hope for in the Trump Years *
- The Return of Pseudoscientific Racism: DNA Testing, Race, and the New Eugenics Movement
- Obama Nation: Race, Multiraciality, and American Identity
- Changing Race: Morphing Identities in History
- How to Prepare, Attract, and Empower Faculty of Color
Lectures marked with a * are offered as part of the OAH's initiative, Historians' Perspectives on the Rise of Donald Trump.