Professor, Political Science
LRC 324
BA--Political Science UC Santa Barbara
MA--Latin American Studies, UCLA
PhD--Political Science UC Santa Barbara
Hi.  I am married with two boys and live in Ojai.  I grew up in Germany and did research in Mexico as a graduate student, spending two years in Oaxaca and Chiapas.  At Ventura College, I teach political science courses.
The Coffee Farmers Revolt in Southern Mexico in the 1980s and 1990s. Mellon Press, 2001
CH 6; "Politico-Economic Restructuring and Mexico's Small Coffee Farmers," in Poverty or Development?: Global Restructuring and Regional Transformation in the U.S. South and the Mexican South. Richard Tardanico and Mark Rosenberg, ed. Routledge Press, 2000
Duende in Dark Places, Create Space Independent Publishing Platform, 2014