Assistant Professor of Sociology and Critical Race and Ethnic Studies at UC Santa Cruz
Camilla Hawthorne is Assistant Professor of Sociology at UC Santa Cruz, a principal faculty member in the UCSC Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program, and a faculty affiliate of the UCSC Science & Justice Research Center and Legal Studies Program. Her work focuses on Black geographies and the racial politics of migration and citizenship. She is a co-editor of The Black Mediterranean: Bodies, Borders, and Citizenship (Palgrave Macmillan 2021) and the author of Contesting Race and Citizenship: Youth Politics in the Black Mediterranean (Cornell University Press 2022).
Contesting Race and Citizenship: Youth Politics in the Black Mediterranean (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2022).
The Black Mediterranean: Bodies, Borders, and Citizenship, eds. Ida Danewid, Giuseppe Grimaldi, Camilla Hawthorne, Angelica Pesarini, Gabriele Proglio, Timothy Raeymaekers, and P. Khalil Saucier (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2021).
Black Matters are Spatial Matters: Black Geographies for the Twenty-First Century.” Geography Compass 13(11): 1–13 (2019)