Mitchell Hall, 221D
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Research & Teaching Interests:
Political economy of race, postcolonial theory, coloniality of power, critical social theory, social movements, Black consciousness, epistemology and decolonialization and philosophy of education.
Africology 300: Urban Violence
Africology 344: Political Movements and Organizations in the Afroworld
Africology 818: Race Matters: Government and Politics in Latin America and the Caribbean
Selected Publications and Presentations:
“Fanon’s Children: The Military Defeat of the Black Panther Party and the Rise of the Crips and Bloods in Los Angeles” (in progress)
“Not Quite Panthers: The Interplay of Criminality and Resistance in the Formation of the Crips” (in progress)
“Fanon’s Children: The Black Panther Party and the Rise of the Crips and Bloods in Los Angeles” Caribbean Philosophical Association: Shifting the Geography of Reason. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ. October, 2011.
“Collateral Damage: The Military Defeat of the Black Panther Party, the Rise of the Crips and Bloods.” Annual Meeting of the American Studies Association, San Antonio, TX. November, 2010.