José Marichal, Ph.D.
Department of Political Science
California Lutheran University
60 West Olsen Road, #3800
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-2700
California Lutheran University
Assistant Professor, Department of
University of Colorado: Boulder, CO
Ph.D. in Political Science, 2003
Florida Atlantic University: Boca Raton, FL MA in Political Science, 1995
Florida State University: Tallahassee, Fl B.A. in English and Communication, 1991
Public Policy, Urban/Community Politics, Race and Politics, Internet and Politics, Civic Engagement
2002. "From Bomba to Hip Hop: Puerto Rican Culture and Latino Identity” by Juan Flores. Book Review. Urban Affairs Review. 38(1): (146-148).
Works in Progress
2009. "Will this Engagement Make it to the Alter? The Paradox of Diversity and Civic Engagement." Revised and Resubmitted to the The Journal of Public Deliberation.
2009. "You Call This Service? The Effect of Project Type on Deficiency Paradigms in a Service Learning Project." Revised and Resubmited to the Journal of Political Science Education.
2009. "Solos o Juntos? (Do we Bowl Alone or Together?): A Survey of Leadership Framings among Latino Youth." Revised and Resubmited to Latino Studies.
2009. "CyberRegimes: The New Alternative Politics, Urban Power and Social Production in the Networked Information Economy." Revised and Resubmited to the International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.
2009. "The Merit Myth Revisited." Under Review. The Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences.
2009. "Diversity Regimes: Building Coalitions for Increased Access at Public Universities." Under Review. Policy Studies Journal.
2009. Book Proposal. Diversity in Decline: The Evolution of the Diversity Rationale at Colleges and Universities in the United States.
FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
2008 Hewlett Grant: California Lutheran University
2007 Hewlett Grant: California Lutheran University
2006 Hewlett Grant: California Lutheran University
2005 Faculty Summer Research Grant: University of Maine
2004 Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Youth Leadership Initiative Grant ($50,000) with Rev. Melissa Maxwell Dougherty.
2000 Beverly Sears Graduate Student Grant ($1,000). University of Colorado Graduate School.
2009. “CyberRegimes: The New Alternative Politics, Urban Power and Social Production in the Networked Information Economy.” Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA: August.
2008. "Diversity in the Cloud." Keynote Talk at the Association of Lutheran College Faculty Vocation of a Lutheran Annual Conference. Decorah, IA: June.
2007. “Improving HIV Prevention and Care for Ventura County Latinos: A Case Study of Community-Based Action Research” with A. Nack. Presented as part of the CLU Center for Leadership and Values Alma Peterson Distinguished lecture Series in May and at the Social for the Study of Social Problems Annual Conference. New York, New York: Aug.
2007. “Youth Civic Engagement: Diversifying Neighborhood Councils in Los Angeles” with H. Hoang. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association. Seattle, Washington: Apr.
2007. “Will this Engagement Make it to the Alter? The Paradox of Diversity and Civic Engagement.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association. Las Vegas, California: Feb.
2006. “Creating Cross-Culturally Engaged Citizens: The Challenge and Opportunities for Lutheran Higher Learning.” Presented at the Association of Lutheran College Faculty annual conference. Thousand Oaks, CA: Oct.
2006. “You Call This Service? The Effect of Project Type on Deficiency Paradigms in a Service Learning Project.” Presented at the annual meeting of the The Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, Illinois: Apr.
2006. “Defining Themes through Focus Groups" with L. Neilson & A. Nack. Annual Meeting of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Irvine, CA: Apr.
2006. ”Boliamos Solos o Juntos? (Do we Bowl Alone or Together?): A Survey of Leadership Framings among Latino Youth.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association. Albuquerque, New Mexico: Mar. Also presented at the Segerhammer Faith and Life Conference. CLU: Feb.
2005. “The Struggle Over "Scapes": Bringing Identity into Minority Incorporation Theory” Presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, CA: Mar.
2004 “Managing Diversity at ELCA Institutions” Lutheran Academic Officers Conference. Atlanta, GA. Nov.12 .
2004. “Governing Difference: The Role of Diversity Ecologies.” American Association of Colleges and Universities Diversity and Learning Conference. Nashville, TN. Oct.
2002. “The Man Behind the Curtain: The Role of Social Diversity in Providing Minority Access to Public Research Universities." Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Annual Conference. Boston, MA: Aug.
2002. “Determinants of Access to Research-One Universities.” University of Maine College of Education and Human Development Research in Progress Seminars. Orono, ME: May.
2002. "Power, Politics, and Higher Education: Examining the Role that Politics Plays in Providing Minority Access to Public Research/Doctoral Institutions." Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL: Apr.
2001. "Colloquy: Urban Regime Theory: Reappraising the Role of Agency and Change - Issues in Urban Theory." Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association. Boston, MA: Mar.
2001. "The Swinging Gate: Examining Whether Political and Institutional Variables Affect Higher Education Student of Color Enrollments at Public Research-One Institutions." Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. San Francisco, CA: Sept.
2001. "Bringing the University Back In: An Elaboration of Gatekeeping Theory." Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. Anaheim, CA: Aug.
2000. "Guards at the Gate: The Effect of Inter-Institutional Coalition Building on Public Higher Education Enrollment Patterns." University of Colorado at Boulder Graduate Student of Color Luncheon. Boulder, CO: Nov.
2000. "Bringing Home the Bacon: The Impact of Member Race and Gender on Congressional Representation." Annual Meeting of the Race, Gender, and Class Project. New Orleans, LA: Oct.
2000. "We all Win: Regimes and the Symbolic Politics of Stadium Development." Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association. Los Angeles, CA: May.
Academic Service as a Reviewer
2009. Co-Founder and Political Science Editor: Journal of Integrated Social Science.
2009. Reviewer for academic journal article: Journal of Political Science Education.
2009. Reviewer for academic journal article: Political Science Quarterly
2007. Reviewer for academic journal article: Urban Affairs Review
2007. Peer Reviewer for academic journal article: Political Science Quarterly
2006. Reviewer of Book Manuscript: Pine Forge Press
2005. Reviewer of Book Manuscript: Congressional Quarterly Press
2005. Reviewer of Book Manuscript: Sage Publications
Service to National Academic Organizations
2009. American Sociological Association: Roundtable Organizer, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
2009. 2010 Politics of Open Source Conference. Program Committee Member. Amherst, MA.
2009. Western Political Science Association. Judge. Best Paper in Latino Politics Award.
2007. Western Political Science Association: Religion and Politics Section, Panel Organizer, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
2006. Western Political Science Association: Latino Politics Section, Panel Organizer, Annual Meeting, Albequerque, NM.
2006. Western Political Science Association: Urban Politics Section, Discussant, Annual Meeting, Albequerque, NM.
2006. Midwest Political Science Association: Urban Politics Section, Panel Organizer, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
2006. Midwest Political Science Association: Urban Politics Section, Discussant, Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL
University Administrative Service:
2007 Director. Institute for Healthy and Livable Communities. Center for Equality and Justice.
2005 – 2008 Faculty Convocator. California Lutheran University.
2007 Co-Chair. Executive Committee for the Festival of Scholars.
2006 Chair. Student Affairs Committee. California Lutheran University.
2003 – 2006 Chair. President’s Diversity Council. California Lutheran University.
2009-present. Advisor, Pre-Law
2009 Author, Revision of Law and Public Policy emphasis
2009 Organizer, Political Science Department Panel for Festival of Scholars
2007-2008 Co-author, Political Science Department Program Review
2006 Search Committee, Political Science position
University Committee Service:
2009 – Present Chair. EPPC General Education Subcommittee.
2008 – 2009 Member. EPPC General Education Subcommittee.
2007 – Present Faculty Steering Committee. Center for Equality and Justice.
2007 – Present Member. Social Media Working Group. Center for Equality and Justice.
2007 Member. Civic Engagement Working Group. Center for Equality and Justice.
2008 Member. Faculty Steering Committee. Council for Undergraduate Research.
2008 Member. Regional Workshop Team. Council for Undergraduate Research.
2007-2008 Member. President’s Diversity Council.
2007-2008 Member. President's Search Committee.
2007 Member. Provost’s Civic Engagement Collaborative.
2007 Member. Festival of Scholars Steering Committee.
2006 -2007 Member. WASC Educational Effectiveness Task Force.
2006 Member. Ad Hoc Committee on Rosa Parks Commemoration.
2005 Member. Sociology Search Committee.
2004 – 2006 Member. Student Affairs Committee.
2003 – Present Member. WASC Assessment Committee.
General Service to CLU:
2009 Co-Presenter. Social Networking as Pedagogy. CTL Teaching and Learning Series: September.
2009 Transfer Student Faculty Mentor.
2009 SOAR Program Faculty Panel Member. August.
2009 Invited Speaker. Christopher Christian’s Graduate Community Counseling Practicum. August.
2009 Platform Party Member. President Christopher Kimball’s Inauguration. April.
2009 Panelist. Discussion of Film Silhouette City. Center for Equality and Justice “Reel Justice” Film Series. March.
2009 Presenter. Citizenship in the Digital Age: CLU Leadership Institute. Februray.
2009 Discussant. Liberty for Whom, Freedom for What? Reflections on Luther’s ‘Freedom of a Christian. Presented by Rev. Kapp Johnson’s as part of the CLU Reformation Heritage Seminar. February.
2009 Panelist. Discussion of the Film Sicko. Center for Equality and Justice “Reel Justice” Film Series. February.
2009 Presenter. CLU Core 21: Where do we go from here? Center for Teaching and Learning Faculty Worshops. Februray.
2008 Presenter. CyberPower: The role of the Social Web in Changing Local Power Relations. CLU Psychology Brown Bag Seminar Series. December.
2008 Panelist. Post-2008 Presidential Election Wrap-Up Panel. November.
2008 Panelist. Post-Presidential Debate Discussion Panel. October.
2008 Moderator. Student Debate on Political Issues. Campus Libertarian Club. October.
2008 Co-Presenter. JISS A New Journal for Undergraduate Research. CTL Teaching and Learning Series: September.
2008 SOAR Program Faculty Panel Member. California Lutheran University. August.
2008 Panelist. Discussion of 2008 California Primary Results. February.
2008 Presenter. Report on Council for Undergraduate Research Workshop Report to Faculty Chairs. Februrary.
2008 Presenter. Surfing the Web for Credit. Workshop at 2008 Faculty Retreat. January.
2007 Presenter. When Diversity Works. Psychology Brown Bag Talk. November.
2007 Presenter. Working with the Library to Promote Information Literacy. Library Brown Bag Series. November.
2007 Presenter. Sample Lecture for SOAR Students. August.
2007 Panelist. Information Session for Spanish Speaking Parents. 2007 Orientation. August.
2007 Panelist. Discussion of Film Beyond Beats and Rhymes: Hip-Hop and Manhood. April.
2007 Speaker. Martin Luther King Day Memorial Service. CLU Chapel. January.
2007 Keynote Presenter. CLU Diversity Update. CLU Faculty Retreat. January.
2007 Presenter. Nature and Artifice: Reflections on Accelerating Change. Part of the 2007 CLU Festival of Scholars. March.
2007 Participant. Black History Super Quiz. February.
2006 Panelist. Forum on the 2006 Midterm Elections. Panelist. November.
2006 Panelist. Panel on Service Learning for Teaching and Learning Workshop Series. October.
2006 Guest Lecturer. Globalizing Los Angeles course. October.
2006 Panelist. Panel on Immigration Policy. April.
2006 Presenter. Leadership in a Diverse Society. Office of Multicultural and International Programs. "State of the World" Talks.
2006 Presenter. Results from Challenge and Engagement Focus Group Study. Faculty Retreat. August.
2006 Presenter. Diversity and Social Capital. “Last Lecture” Series. February.
2006 Presenter. Leadership in a Multicultural Society. CLU Leadership Institute. February.
2005 Presenter. When Does Gender fit into Diversity: Unpacking the Micropolitics of Diversity. Gender and Women’s Studies Speaker Series. March.
2008 Moderator. Ventura County Commissioner Debate. September.
2006 – 2008 Executive Board Member. El Concilio de el Condado de Ventura.
2006 – 2008 Member. Ventura County Latino HIV/AIDS Task Force.
2006 Member. Advocacy Committee. El Concilio del Condado de Ventura.
2006 Juror. California State University Graduate Student Paper Competition. May 21.
2009 “County's burgeoning population grows more diverse.” By Zeke Barlow. Ventura County Star. Jan 12.
2009 Interview by Jon Smajda, “Teaching to Blog, Blogging to Teach.” Contexts Magazine. American Sociological Association. Winter.
2009 Audio interview by Jon Smajda. Contexts Podcast. Winter.
2008 Interview in print. “Contexts Bloggers on Politics.” Contexts Magazine. Fall.
2008 “No Knockout Punch, CLU Professor Says.” By John Scheibe. Ventura County Star. Oct 16.
2008 Interview by Jim Rondeau regarding Forum on the 2008 Presidential Primaries, KCLU: Mar 4.
2007 "Forum Looks at AIDS in Latino Community" by Michelle Klampe, Ventura County Star, May 4, 2007.
2007 "Its Standing Room Only at CLU Forum on Elections" by Hans Laetz, Ventura County Star, Feb 13.
2007 "Simi Valley Forcing Street Vendors Out" by Anna Bakalis, Ventura County Star, Feb 11.
2007 "Scandinavian Group Explores Effects of Multiculturalism" by Julie Littman, Ventura County Star: Jan 14.
2006 “Marchers Raise Voice in County.” Gary Polakovic. Los Angeles Times. May 2.
2005 "Balancing Between Religious Holidays" by Marjorie Hernandez, Ventura County Star: Dec 25, p. A1.
2005 "Discrimination Survey Belies County Activity" Ventura County Star: Feb 25, p. A1.
2004 "Diversity on the Rise in County" by Frank Moraga, Ventura County Star: Nov 7, p. A6.
2004 "Hispanics Soon to be Majority Population" by Dani Dodge. Ventura County Star: May 21, p. A1
Public Speaking Engagements
2008 Post Election talk to Conejo Valley Democratic Club: Nov 6.
2008 Post Election Panel at California State University Channel Islands: Nov.
2008 "Living in Multicultural America.” Women’s Professional Club of the Conejo Valley: July 3.
chats come full circle: YouTube and the end of the sound bite era." Conejo Valley
Democratic Club: May 16.
2007 "Scandinavian / Nordic Identity in a Multicultural Environment." American Scandinavian Foundation: Jan 12.
2006 Presentation (in Spanish) on the U.S. Constitution to El Concilio Citizenship Class: Oct 26.
2006 Presentation on the life of Robert F. Kennedy to Conejo Valley Democratic Club: May 16.
2005 “What is Your Ethnicity?” Scandinavian Center Lecture Series: Mar 12.
Contemporary Issues in Public Policy. California Lutheran University
Internet and Politics. California Lutheran University.
Race, Multiculturalism and Politics. California Lutheran University.
The Politics of Community Development. California Lutheran University
California Politics. California Lutheran University
Globalizing Los Angeles. California Lutheran University
Scope and Methods of Political Science. California Lutheran University
Theory and Practice of American. Government California Lutheran University
American National Government . California Lutheran University
State and Urban Government. California Lutheran University
Urban Sociology. California Lutheran University
Social Theory. California Lutheran University
Latino Sociology. California Lutheran University
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. California Lutheran University
Introduction to African-American Studies. University of Maine - Orono
Urban Politics. University of Colorado - Boulder
Latino Politics. University of Colorado - Boulder
Introduction to Public Policy. University of Colorado - Boulder
2004 – Present Assistant Professor. Department of Political Science. California Lutheran University.
2007 Program Evaluator. Central Coastal Alliance United for Social and Environmental Justice (CAUSE) with Dr. Lyn Gesch.
2003 – 2006 Irvine Post-Doctoral Fellow. James Irvine Foundation Campus Diversity Initiative. California Lutheran University.
2003-2004 Part-time Instructor. Departments of Political Science and Sociology. California Lutheran University.
2000-2001 Research Associate. Center for Policy Research and Evaluation, College of Education and Human Development, University of Maine.
1999-2000 Research Assistant. Office of Diversity and Equity, University of Colorado at Boulder.
1998-1999 Research Assistant to Dr. Susan Clarke. National Science Foundation Grant on Civic Capacity and Urban Education. Department of Political Science, University of Colorado at Boulder.
1997 Research Assistant to Dr. Rodney Hero. Department of Political Science, University of Colorado at Boulder.
1996 Legislative Analyst. Criminal Justice Committee, Florida House of Representatives. Tallahassee, FL.
1993-1995 Research Assistant. Center for Urban Revitalization and Empowerment, Florida Atlantic University.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS
Western Political Science Association
Urban Affairs Association
Society for the Study of Social Problems