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Black Studies Department Faculty & Staff

The Black Studies Department's distinguished faculty consists of recognized scholars in various fields of specialization covering African, Caribbean and African American issues.

Tenured Faculty

E. Kofi Agorsah, Professor & Chair

Derrais Carter, Assistant Professor

Ethan Johnson, Associate Professor

Darrell Millner, Professor Emeritus

Fixed-Term Faculty

Pedro Ferbel-Azcarate, Assistant Professor

Roberta Hunte, Assistant Professor

Joseph Smith-Buani, Instructor

Adjunct Faculty

Clare Washington, Instructor

Walidah Imarisha, Instructor

Affiliated Faculty

Lisa Bates, Assistant Professor, Urban Studies and Planning

Maria DePriest, Associate Professor, English Department

Veronica Dujon, Professor, Sociology Department

Rosyln Farrington, Instructor, Women Gender and Sexuality Studies

Stephen Frenkel, Assistant Professor, International Studies: African and Latin American Studies

Samuel Henry, Professor, School of Education: Curriculum and Instruction

Maude Hines, Associate Professor, English Department

Tugrul Keskin, Assistant Professor, International Studies: Middle East Studies

Jose Padin, Associate Professor, Sociology Department

Primus St. John, Professor, English Department (Retired)

Jennifer Tappan, Assistant Professor, HIstory Department