Areas of Interest: Indigenous and other subjugated knowledge systems, science and technology policy in the Global South, Black transnationalism and history of black resistance (USA, Southern Africa, Brazil), critical black geographies, transformation of higher education systems.
Asa Messer Professor of Humanities and Critical Theory Professor of Africana Studies Director of the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice
Areas of Interest: African and African diaspora political theory, intellectual and cultural histories; African and Caribbean politics; Global South development issues; Caribbean Art; political economy of race, slavery and the history of capitalism.
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Harmon Family Professor of Sociology Professor of International and Public Affairs
Areas of Interest: Global Health, Foreign Aid, International Organizations, Globalization, Neoliberalism.
Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice
Areas of Interest: Health economics: incentives for behavioral change, evaluation of health systems reform, applying rigorous quasi-experimental approaches to estimate effects of health interventions, and microsimulation and economic evaluation of public health programs.
Robert E. Turner Distinguished Professor of Population Studies, Professor of Sociology Director of Spatial Structures in the Social Sciences Sociology
Areas of Interest: Migration and population distribution: from urban residential segregation, to rural-urban migration in developing societies, to contemporary international migration and immigrant assimilation.