Party affiliation: Democrat
Carl Scott Gutierrez-Jones, American English educator. Recipient post-doctoral fellowship, Ford Foundation, 1993-1994, Humanities Faculty fellowship, University California Regents, 1997-1998, Harold J. Plous award, University California Santa Barbara, 1993, Rockefeller Foundation award, since 2000; grantee California State Legislature, since 1992.
- Assistant professor english University California, Santa Barbara, 1990-1995, associate professor, 1995-2001, full professor, since 2001. Chair English department, University California Santa Barbara, July since 2000.
- Rethinking the Borderlands: Between Chicano Culture and Legal Discourse (Latinos in American Society and Culture)
- Challenging the long-cherished notion of legal objectivity in the United States, Carl Gutiérrez-Jones argues that Chicano history has been consistently shaped by racially biased, combative legal interactions.
- Critical Race Narratives: A Study of Race, Rhetoric and Injury (Critical America)
- The beating of Rodney King, the killing of Amadou Diallo, and the LAPD Rampart Scandal: these events have been interpreted by the courts, the media and the public in dramatically conflicting ways.
- [(Rethinking the Borderlands: Between Chicano Culture and Legal Discourse)] [Author: Carl Gutierrez-Jones] published on (February, 1995)
Member leadership council, Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, Alabama, since 1990, Amnesty International, Santa Barbara, since 1990, National Council of La Raza, New York, since 1992. Volunteer Head Start, 1990-1992. Member Modern Language Association, American Studies Association, University California Santa Barbara faculty Association (president 1999-2001).
1990 - 1995