Project Scholar Profile
Anthropology and Sociology Department
O’Connor Hall, 331
Santa Clara University
Santa Clara, CA 95053
408 551 4432
Fields of Interest
Marilyn Fernandez is an Associate Professor of Sociology and Co Chair in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology. She is currently also serving as the Director of SCU’s Center for Multicultural Learning. Her research specializations include Asian American communities and families, domestic violence, and program evaluation. She is currently working on an assessment of domestic violence programs in Santa Clara county.
Stephen Fugita and Marilyn Fernandez. Altered Lives, Enduring Community: Japanese Americans Remember Their World War II Incarceration. University of Washington Press (Forthcoming).
Marilyn Fernandez and Laura Nichols ( 2002). “Bridging and Bonding Capital: Pluralist Ethnic Relations in Silicon Valley,” International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. Vol. 22(9/10):105 122.
Stephen Fugita and Marilyn Fernandez (2002). “Religion and Japanese Americans’ Views of Their World War II Internment,” Journal of Asian American Studies. Vol. 5(2):113 137.
Charles Powers, Marilyn Fernandez, and Laura Nichols (2001). “Assessing Outcomes of an Education in Sociology: A Report on Preliminary efforts at Santa Clara University.” Pp. 34 49 in Assessing Student Learning in Sociology, edited by Charles F. Hohm and William S. Johnson. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association.