Faculty - Lou Holscher
Lou Holscher's undergraduate, M.A., and Ph.D. degrees are from Washington State University. His areas of specialty in sociology are race and ethnic relations, criminology, urban sociology and demography. He graduated cum laude from the Arizona State University College of Law in 1986, and subsequently worked for both the Arizona Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals in San Francisco. Before law school he taught at New Mexico State University and University of Arizona and returned to teaching at the University of Calgary and San Jose State University. At SJSU he taught in the Administration of Justice Department and in Mexican American Studies, where he chaired the department for nine years. He has published extensively in the areas of ethnic studies, law, criminal justice and Chicano studies. His present research is on Chicano popular music.

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