Rogers Brubaker

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Rogers Brubaker
Education BA, social studies, Harvard University, 1979
MA, social and political thought, University of Sussex, 1980
PhD, sociology, Columbia University, 1990[1]
Occupation Professor of sociology, and UCLA Foundation chair, University of California, Los Angeles
Website Faculty page

Rogers Brubaker (born 1956) is professor of sociology at University of California, Los Angeles and UCLA Foundation Chair.[2] He has written academic works on ethnicity, nationalism, and citizenship.[3]

Born in Evanston, Illinois, Brubaker attended Harvard University and the University of Sussex before receiving a PhD from Columbia University in 1990.[4]

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  1. ^ Rogers Brubaker CV, UCLA.
  2. ^ "Rogers Brubaker", UCLA.
  3. ^ Emma Green (October 2, 2016). "If Americans Can Be Transgender, Can They Be Transracial?", The Atlantic.
  4. ^ "Rogers Brubaker", UCLA, archived March 23, 2011.