CHSS faculty across departments are engaging in research in areas of racial and social justice, from studying the effects of standardized testing on minority populations in elementary schools, to digging deeper into important pop culture movements in Black and brown communities. This is but a sampling of the works of our faculty. For further information on their publications, please visit their bios on their department webpages.
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African and African American Studies (AAAS) supports its faculty in their innovative scholarship and pedagogy. Please visit AAAS Faculty Research for highlighted research, scholarship, and publications—as well as fellowships, awards, and honors—from AAAS faculty members.
Suzanne E. Smith
Jennifer Leeman & Ellen Serafini
Stephen M Robertson
Cher Weixia Chen
“Critical Race Studies and the Multicultural French Enlightenment": forthcoming 2020
Cynthia Lum & Christopher Koper
Editors in Chief of the flagship policy journal of the American Society of Criminology, Criminology & Public Policy. A special issue will be released in November on “Tackling Disparity in the Criminal Justice System”.
See also: the George Mason University evidence-assessment of this report here
Alex Tabarrok and Thomas Stratmann
Stefan M. Wheelock
Ricardo F. Vivancos-Pérez