Ph.D., History, University of Oxford, 2017
Fields of Interest
My research interests include African-American political thought, social movements, and the politics of race, class, and gender across the African diaspora.
HIST 3881 African-American History
Hubert Harrison: Black Griot of the Harlem Renaissance, Black Perspectives (African American Intellectual History Society blog)
Journal article, "Teacher and Disciple: Hubert Harrison and the Garvey Movement" (forthcoming).
"Lessons from History: the Movement for Black Lives and the 2016 Elections." #BlackLivesMatterUK Conference, Nottingham, England, Oct. 2015.
"Migration as a Driver of Black Politicization and Racial Identity Formation" Association for the Study of African-American Life and History (ASALH) 100th Anniversary Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, Sept. 2015.
"Race, Power, and Privilege," Global Scholars Symposium, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, May 2015.
"The Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Experience in Education," The Oxford Education Conference, Oxford, England, May 2014.
Current projects/Works in Progress
I am currently revising my doctoral dissertation into a book manuscript about Hubert Harrison and the New Negro Movement.
I am also co-editing an anthology for Zed Books, tentatively entitled Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford! Voices from the Movement to Decolonize Education In Britain and Beyond.