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Assistant Professor Sumayya Ahmed discusses her current project which looks at the archival traces of Black Southerner migration to Chicago through the lens of her maternal great-grandfather, who migrated from Alabama to Chicago in the early 1930s.
Professor Lena Zuckerwise discusses her upcoming book, "Politics in Captivity: Plantations, Prisons, and World Building," which explores Black political rebellion in the captive spheres of slavery and incarceration in the United States.
Sociology Professor Saher Selod discusses the latest chapter of her forthcoming book "21st Century Racism: The Racialization of Muslims Globally," which uncovers the processes of the global racialization of Muslims.
Dr. Aaron Rosenthal and graduate student, Taylor Eubanks, discuss Rosenthal's book-length project "The State You See: How Government Visibility Creates Political Distrust and Racial Inequality," as well as his forthcoming article “Black Lives Matter: Disrupting the Duality.”
Meet Dawna Thomas, Professor and Chair of the Sociology Department! Find out why she dedicates her research to her Cape Verdean and African American cultural roots, and learn more about the new Department of Critical Race, Gender, and Cultural Studies.
Co-Director of Mass NOW, Bria Gambrell, shares her motivation behind pursuing a dual degree in gender and cultural studies and public policy, and why she finds her position with Mass NOW so rewarding.
Jocelyn tells us what inspired her to run for South Portland's City Council and the issues she hopes to tackle while in office.
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Matisse DuPont '19MA and Professor Jo Trigilio served as consultants on the Museum of Fine Arts Boston's Gender Bending Fashion exhibit interpretation team.
The flexibility of the gender and cultural studies program broadened the scope of Meredith's scholarly work. Tell us about your current work. I am the Director of Writing and Rhetoric at Bowdoin College. I work with faculty and students across...