Chinyere Osuji teaches courses in Intro to Sociology and Race in Latin America. Her research examines issues related to multiracial families, race in Brazil, comparing race in the United States and Latin America, and immigrant rights and mobilizations.
Stacy Hawkins teaches the courses Constitutional Law, Employment Law, and Diversity in the Law. Her research explores the intersection of diversity and equal protection law in the context of our 21st century multi-cultural pluralist democracy.
Tara Woolfolk regularly teaches such courses as Intro to Psychology; Stats for Social Science; Psychology of Adjustment; and Psychology of Minority Groups. Her research examines adult identity development and psychology in film and mass media.
Hazzard-Donald is one of the nation’s leading dance researchers. She is the author of Jookin’: The Rise of Social Dance Formations in African American Culture (Temple University Press, which won the De La Torre Bueno special citation for dance research. She is the recipient of an American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship and the 1999 … Continue reading Katrina Hazzard-Donald…
Allen Woll is author of such books as Black Musical Theatre: From Coontown to Dreamgirls and Dictionary of Black Theatre: Broadway, Off-Broadway and Selected Harlem Theatre.
Wayne Glasker is director of African-American Studies Program and the author of the book Black Students in the Ivory Tower: African American Student Activism at the University of Pennsylvania, 1967-1990.