Anthony DeStefanis, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of History · Otterbein University

Dr. DeStefanis is a generalist in recent U.S. history and politics, including impeachment, immigration, labor movements, and race/ethnicity.

U.S. Foreign Policy Impeachment History Of Rock And Roll History of Sexuality The Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Marne L. Campbell

Associate Professor of African American Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

African American History The American West 19th and 20th Century US History Gender and Women's HIstory Urban History

Sylvia Zamora

Assistant Professor of Sociology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Immigration Comparative Race and Ethnicity Latin America U.S. Latinos

Eileen Parsons, Ph.D.

Professor of Science Education · UNC-Chapel Hill

Associate Professor of Science Education

Broadening participation in STEM STEM Education policy African American education Racial equity

Priscilla Leiva

Assistant Professor of Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

U.S. Latinx Sports History Comparative Race and Ethnicity Urban History

William Perez

Professor · Loyola Marymount University

Department of Educational Leadership and Administration

Immigration Status & Nationality Race and Ethnicity Diversity Social Identity Motivation

James Mathieu

Emeritus Professor of Sociology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Demography and Population Analysis Race and Ethnicity Sociology of the Developing World Sociology of Africa Sociology of Hawaii and the Pacific

Katerina Zacharia

Professor of Classics and Archaeology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Classical Reception Greek drama Greek Cinema Greek ethnicity Tourism and heritage studies

Claudia Buchmann

Professor and Chair | Department of Sociology · The Ohio State University

Expert in gender, race and class from a sociological perspective.

Social Stratification Education Gender Race and Ethnicity Comparative and International Sociology

Malinda Maynor Lowery, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of History & Director, Center for the Study of the American South, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Malinda Maynor Lowery's research interests include Native American history, Southern history, foodways, oral history and more.

Social and Political History Native American History Southern History Historical Geography Foodways

Margarita R. Ochoa

Associate Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Department of History Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Latin America Revolutions & Social Justice Early Modern Legal History Indigenous/Ethnohistory Women and gender

Mark Miller

Professor of History · Southern Utah University

Specializing in Native American identity and citizenship, wars of independence, and the economic history of the American midwest

History of the LDS Church Spanish and Portuguese Imperialism Wars of Independence Mormon History Native American Identity and Citizenshp

Nadia Y. Kim

Professor of Sociology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Migration Immigration Race and Ethnicity Gender and Transnationality/Globalization Race/Gender/Class Intersectionality

Dr. Kehinde Andrews

Professor of Black Studies · Birmingham City University

Kehinde Andrews is interested in the areas of race, ethnicity and racism, black studies and how communities overcome inequality.

Scholar Activisim Ethnography Community Inequality Race and Ethnicity Black Studies

Nora Rubel

Jane and Alan Batkin Professor of Jewish Studies · University of Rochester

Rubel is an expert in Jewish studies, as well as Jewish food and holidays

American Religions, Race and Ethnicity Jewish Holidays Jewish American Immigration Judaism Black Jewish Studies

Geoffrey Joyce, PhD

Associate Professor & Chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics · USC School of Pharmacy

Geoffrey Joyce is an expert in health care economics, including the impact of Medicare Part D, drug benefit design and costs of disease.

Drug benefit design Health Care Economics Medicare Part D Aging and Chronic Disease Hiv / Aids

Leisha DeHart-Davis, Ph.D.

Professor of Public Administration Government · UNC-Chapel Hill

Leisha DeHart-Davis is a professor in the Master of Public Administration Program in the School of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Employee Voice Emotional Labor Organizational Development Employee Morale Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace

Wendy Parker, J.D.

Professor of Law · Wake Forest University

Parker uses her expertise in Constitutional Law to inform her research on discrimination and equal protections in education and employment.

Workplace Discrimination Segregation Title IX Higher Education Equal Protection

David Carter

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

Jonathan M. Metzl

Frederick B. Rentschler II Professor of Sociology and Medicine, Health, and Society · Vanderbilt University

World-renowned expert on gun violence and mental illness, white identity politics and race and health.

Mass shootings Mental Health Guns in America Guns and Mental Illness Race, Gender and Social Justice in Healthcare

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