Diversity Research at Berkeley
Berkeley is a robust center for innovative research on equity, inclusion and diversity with many departments and centers comprised of distinguished faculty in their respective fields.
Brings together researchers, organizers, stakeholders, communicators, and policymakers to identify and eliminate the barriers to an inclusive, just, and sustainable society and to create transformative change toward a more equitable nation.
Produces research and policy that leverages the complexity of the Latinx experience in the United States and sheds light on the myriad factors that affect the distribution of material, social, and political opportunities.
Interdisciplinary research center supporting critical and engaged research on race, gender, and their intersections. Launched as a result of the 1999 Ethnic Studies Student Strike, cultivates research and creative projects led by students, faculty, artists, activists, and community members.
Focused on the comparative study of racialization and indigeneity within the Americas, as well as between the U.S. and other nations. Seeks to understand race and racism as "moving targets" that undergo mutations or evolve, and to recognize the complexities of the intersections of race with gender, class, sexuality, religion, and other systems of difference and axes of power.
Offers interdisciplinary perspectives on the formation of gender and its intersections with other relations of power, such as sexuality, race, class, nationality, religion, and age.
Intellectual community committed to producing, refining and advancing knowledge of Black people in the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe and Africa, with a key focus on interrogating the meanings and dimensions of slavery and colonialism, and their continuing political, social and cultural implications.
Established in 1986 to support and coordinate feminist scholarship across disciplines. Fosters research on gender and women, with a particular interest in intersections with sexuality, race, class, nation, religion, postcoloniality and transnational feminisms.
Works to create a community of Latin Americanist students, scholars, and practitioners; to develop innovative policy solutions through its unique network; and to enhance public understanding of Latin American culture and politics in the United States.
Interdisciplinary hub for students, researchers, and scholars focusing on global poverty and inequality. Enables problem-solving in key areas such as energy, health, education, financial services, food, water, and sanitation.
Supports research and critical conversations concerning sexuality, sexual culture, and their mutually determining relationship to institutions, social practices and norms, and modes of representation.
Fosters innovative, community-engaged qualitative and quantitative interdisciplinary research on the issues central to social stratification and inequality. Trains and supports the next generation of social change scholars to identify and collect empirical data so as to interpret and explain social stratification, with significant attention to the processes that support and disrupt stratification.