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Draper Chair in American History · University of Connecticut
Dr. Sinha is an expert in Civil War and Reconstruction
Feminism Abolition Slavery
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Univeristy Honors Program Academic Advisor · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Critical Race Theory Politcal Theory (Modern and Contemporary) Critical Theory Punishment Theory Critical Prison Studies
Assistant Professor of History · University of Connecticut
Dexter Gabriel's research interests include the history of slavery, resistance, and freedom in the Black Atlantic.
Black Atlantic Slavery Slavery in Popular Culture Abolition and Emancipation
Associate Professor of Business Law & Ethics and Director, Sports Industry Workshop · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business
Nathaniel Grow's research interests include legal issues in the sports industry (antitrust, labor, IP, employment)
Employment and Labor Issues in the Sports Industry Antitrust Law Sports Law Intellectual Property Law
Lecturer, History (Research) · Aston University
Joseph Yannielli’s main fields of interest are slavery and abolition, with a special focus on America during the nineteenth century.
Social Movements Slavery in the United States Slavery Abolition Slavery in West Africa
Professor of Human Rights and Director of the Centre for Human Rights · Birmingham City University
Jon Yorke's main interests include the United Nations, European Human Rights, Capital Punishment, Legal Theory and the Temporality of Law.
European Human Rights Legal Research Public Law Capital Punishment Legal Trials
Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University
Professor of anthropology and education
Transcultural Studies Ethnography and Narrative Research Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods Educational Administration and Policy - Japan, USA Multicultural Education
Lecturer of History · Loyola Marymount University
Christopher Blakley examines human-animal interactions between slaveholders, enslaved people, and animals in the 18th century.
History of the Atlantic World African Diaspora American History Slave Trade Race in Colonial America
Albert Abramson Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law
Contacts: email@example.com / 415-565-4683 / Office 360-200
Taxation Law Insurance Law and Regulations Contracts Communications Law Federal Taxation
Associate Professor, Sociology · Farmingdale State College
Dr. Jones is an author, and teaches and conducts research in subjects such as African-American history, gender, and the gay community.
Queer Theory African-American Political Thought and Protest Sex Work Gender and Sexuality
Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion · UC Irvine
Prof. Haynes is a historical scholar on medicine and science and leads UCI's advances in inclusive excellence.
Black Lives Matter United States Medicine and Science Imperialism Inclusive excellence
Associate Professor of English · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Associate Professor, History Department · Wilfrid Laurier University
US Historian, expert on African American history, activism, debates over rights, citizenship in the US to 1880.
United States History US History Early US History 19th Century US History US Race
Associate Professor of Law and Robert D. Glass Scholar · University of Connecticut
Jamelia Morgan is an expert in the development of disability as a legal category and how law shapes disability.
Human Rights Law Women in Prison Solitary Confinement Mass Incarceration Civil Rights
Professor · University of Manitoba, Romantic Literature & Visiting Fellow, Northumbria University
Professor of Romantic Literature in the Department of English, Film and Literature
Romanticism Representation of Suicide History of Psychiatry Historical Feminism Literature of Sensibility
Associate Professor of Theology and Religious Studies | College of Liberal Arts and Studies · Villanova University
Vincent Lloyd, PhD, researches issues and trends related to religion in politics and race, and how these areas affect social change.
Religion The Role of Religion in Racial Justice Organizing Religion in Politics and Race Religion in Mass Incarceration Religious Ideas of Crime and Punishment
Associate Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University
Department of History, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Social Justice and Equal Rights Latin America Race and Ethnicity Women and Gender Indigenous/Ethnohistory
Assistant Professor of Law; Director, Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic; Co-Director, Community Interpreter Internship Program | Charles Widger School of Law · Villanova University
Caitlin Barry, JD, is an expert in immigration law and enforcement, farmworker rights and advocacy for working conditions in the food chain.
Food Justice Farmworkers Immigration Ice Immigration Enforcement
Visiting Assistant Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University
Devon Golaszewski is a historian of gender, sexuality, and medicine in 20th century francophone West Africa.
West Africa History of Medicine History of Gender Sexuality Studies Women and Gender
Associate Professor of Public Policy · University of Connecticut
Thomas Craemer is an expert on slavery reparations, racial bias and the psychology of racism.
Diversity and Inclusion Race Related Policies Race Relations Race Psychology of Race