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EDUCATION

PhD, Women’s Studies, University of Maryland, In Progress

MA, Women’s Studies, University of Maryland

BA, Psychology, The New School For Social Research

 

RESEARCH AREAS

Racial Identity, Black Feminist Thought, Digital Humanities, Black Popular Culture, Feminist New Media Studies, Black Feminist Cultural Analysis, Political Economy of the Internet, Social Media Theory

 

PRESENTATIONS

“Race, Digital Media, and Social Networks”  Public Invited Panel, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, April, 2015

“Digital Community Formation” Public Invited Talk, Barnard College, New York, New York, October 2012

 “You Are Grown, But You Aren’t Grown: Interrogating the Political Economy of Black Women’s Sexuality,” National Women’s Studies Association, Oakland, California, November 2012

“Where Are The Young People (If They’re Not At the Symphony” Shifting Gears in the New Era of Audience Participation” Public Invited Panel, The Symposium of the Western States Arts Federation, Aspen, Colorado, 2009

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Instructor, “Black Culture in the US,” African American Studies

Instructor, “Women, Art, and Culture,” Women's Studies

Instructor, “Black Women in Popular Culture,” African American Studies, Women's Studies, Black Women's Studies

 

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