Graduate Student Directory

Erik Bernardino
  • Title
    • PhD Candidate
  • Division Humanities Division
  • Department
    • History Department
  • Affiliations Latin American & Latino Studies
  • Email
  • Office Location
    • Humanities Building 1, 115
  • Office Hours By appointment
  • Mail Stop History Department

Biography, Education and Training

Education:

MA, History UCSC (2016)

BA, History UCLA (2013)

 

Honors, Awards and Grants

  • 2017 UCSC Graduate Pedagogy Fellow
  • 2017 Lionel Cantu Memorial Award
  • 2017  Department of History, Dissertation Research Fellowship
  • 2016, 2015 Department of History Pre-Dissertation Summer Fellowship
  • 2015 UC Regents Fellowship
  • 2011 UCLA Merit Scholarship

Selected Presentations

  • Western History Conference, 2018
    • Immigrant Policing as Labor Policing: Workers and Authentic Forms of Labor in the U.S Southwest
  • UCSB Borderlands International Graduate Student Conference, 2018
    • Remnants of Free Labor Ideology: Immigrant Exclusions and the Contract System in the US-Mexico Borderlands, 1907-1924
  • UTEP Borderlands History Conference, 2018
    • Obreras Clandestinas: Labor and Prostitution in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands, 1903-1917
  • Guest Lecturer– Chicana/o History, UC Santa Cruz   
    • El Plan De San Diego: A Transnational or Local War?”
  • Guest Lecturer–Latina/o History, UC Santa Cruz 
    • 2006 Mega Marchas: A Turning Point?

  

 

Teaching Interests

  • Chicana/o, Latina/o History
  • Labor History
  • Immigration History

Courses Taught:

HIS 10B: United States History, 1877-1977

HIS 280A: Teaching Pedagogy

Teaching Assistant Experience: 

HIS 11B-Latin America National Period

HIS 12-Latina/o History

HIS 125- California History

HIS 115A- US Labor History to 1919

HIS 128- Chicana/o History