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Assistant Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies
African American cultural studies, Black feminisms, Community-Engaged learning, cultural studies, Decolonizing methodologies, feminist theory, gender and sexuality, Indigenous studies, LGBTQ2+ Youth and Young Adults, North American Indigenous feminisms, North American Indigenous literatures, Peoplehood matrix, race and ethnicity, Settler colonialism, transgender studies
Benjamin E. Mays '20 Distinguished Prof of Rhetoric, Film, and Screen Studies
Professor of Politics and Associate Dean of the Faculty
American political development, archival research, citizenship theory, civil rights, civil rights, civil rights law, gender, institutional development, interview-based studies, judicial development, judicial politics, LGBT politics, political sociology, post-war civil rights mobilization, progressive era politics, qualitative methods, race, sexuality, social movements, U.S. constitutional law, U.S. politics