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Associate Dean for Global Programs, Professor of Law, and Director of the East Asian Legal Studies Program · UC Hastings College of the Law
Contacts: firstname.lastname@example.org / 415-565-4803 / Office 378-200
Chinese Law East Asian Legal Systems Contract Law Chinese Culture Human Rights Law
Professor of Practice · UC Hastings College of the Law
Civil Procedure Race, Sex and Sexual Orientation Discrimination Constitutional Law Freedom of speech Jail and Prison Conditions
Director, Sonya Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History · UNC at Chapel Hill
For more than 20 years Joseph Jordan has been an educator, researcher and program manager in the arts and in cultural heritage
African / Afro - American Studies African American Culture Black and Native American Interactions Afro-Latin Studies Racial Justice
Professor of Journalism, Media Studies, and Public Relations · Hofstra University
Prof. Zook is an award-winning journalist and author who covers social justice, race, and gender issues in media and politics.
Journalism Media Analysis Social Justice Issues Politics Race and Gender Relations
Professor of Sociology · University of Connecticut
A scholar of racism and racial inequality in identity formation, organizations, media, politics, science, religion, and public advocacy.
Religion Fraternities and Sororities Organizations Whiteness Media
Attorney/Adjunct Professor · Author
Author of four books related to law and police science
Professor of Law · Vanderbilt University
Expert in discrimination, particularly in the areas of gender and disability.
Employer Rights Workplace Rights Gender Discrimination Disability
Assistant Professor · University of Connecticut
Professor Crawford is a veteran political reporter, literary journalist, and expert in journalism ethics and misinformation.
Literary Journalism Media News Literacy Misinformation Journalism Ethics
Associate Professor of History · Southern Utah University
Specializing in history lessons in pop culture, gender history in the United States, and the English revolution
Women in U.S. History Women in Colonial America Gender History in the United States Political Associations Journalism History
Assistant Professor · University of Mary Washington
Professor Henry is an expert on historic preservation, currently focusing on the history of Fredericksburg, VA.
Vernacular Architecture Historic Preservation Architectural History Urban Planning Architecture
The Frank A. Daniels Professor of Public Policy and Education · UNC-Chapel Hill
Robena and Walter E. Hussman, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Policy and Education Reform
Federal role in education Politics of education
Assistant Professor of African History · Michigan State University
John Aerni-Flessner is a historian of 20th century Africa, specializing in the history of Lesotho and the history of the Lansing area.
Urban Renewal in Lansing Decolonization Development History Lesotho Southern African History
Professor of Counseling · Loyola Marymount University
Department of Specialized Programs in Professional Psychology
Sport Psychology Multicultural Counseling Foundations of Counseling Trauma Counseling: Theories and Interventions Interplay Between Sports Psychology
Chief of Cardiac Surgery · ChristianaCare
Ray Blackwell is Chief of Cardiac Surgery and is also the W. Samuel Carpenter, III, Distinguished Chair of Cardiovascular Surgery.
Adult Cardiac Surgery Surgical Resynchronization Therapy ECMO (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation) Cardiac Surgery Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD)
Professor of Journalism · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Kathy Roberts Forde studies the Black freedom struggle and the press, First Amendment, literary journalism and history of book culture.
African American Freedom Struggle and the Press The First Amendment Journalism History Journalism Literary Journalism
Associate Professor, Department of History · UC San Diego
Institute of Arts and Humanities director, Luis Alvarez focuses on race, ethnicity and Latinx and African-American social movements.
Humanities in Higher Education Oral Histories Popular Culture Chicano/Chicana Studies Race Relations
Associate Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law
Contact: email@example.com / 415-565-4860 / Office 364-200
Critical Race Theory Sociology of Social Movements Legal Anthropology Work Law Law and Social Change
Ruel W. Tyson Distinguished Professor of Humanities; Director, Institute for the Arts and Humanities; Professor, Department of Communication, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Uses organizational communication theories to explore how discourses of race, gender and class intersect with girls’ and women's leadership.
Community Engagement Girl's and Women's Empowerment Youth Activism Community Engaged Scholarship Social Justice Leadership
Professor of Criminal Justice · Michigan State University
David L. Carter is a professor in the School of Criminal Justice and Director of the Intelligence Program at Michigan State University.
Counterterrorism Policing Homicide Investigations Law Enforcement Criminal Justice
Professor of Economics · University of Massachusetts Amherst
M. V. Lee Badgett is one of the world’s leading experts on the economics of same-sex marriage.
Economics of Sexual Orientation and Same-Sex Marriage Gay Marriage LGBT Inclusion Labor Economics Same-sex Couples