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Graduate Student List

Abimbola Adelakun

M.A. Student and Teaching Assistant

aa_adelakun@utexas.edu

Education   

MA, University of Ibadan (Nigeria)

Interests

  African and African-American Transatlantic Relationship; Yoruba, Nigerian Culture; Racialized Identity

Adia Brooks

M.A. Student

Education   

B.A., University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

Interests

  Anti-Black Racism in Brazil

Elisha Carrington

M.A. Student

Interests

  Social work practices in England

Gustavo Cerqueira

M.A. Student and Teaching Assistant

melocerqueira@utexas.edu  |  BEL 228_A

Education   

B.A., Federal University of Bahia (Brazil)

Interests

  Black Aesthetics; Performance; Theater; Racism; Racial Terror; Public Policy for Arts

Mitchell Faust

M.A. Student

Education   

B.A., University of California - Davis

Interests

  Gender, Sexuality, and Black Representation in popular culture

Ayana Flewellen

M.A. Student

Interests

  Archaeology- representation of Black women in museum exhibits and the dissemination of gendered knowledge

Stacey Jackson

M.A. Student and Teaching Assistant

stacey.jackson05@gmail.com

Education   

M.S., Florida A&M University

Interests

  Racial Identity and Academic Achievement,African American Mental Health, Pan-Africanism

Tami Jackson

M.A. Student, Graduate Research Assistant, and Teaching Assistant

ttjackson@utexas.edu

Education   

B.A., The University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Interests

  Afro-Asian Intersectionality; African-American Studies; Asian-American Studies; 20th Century American History; Ethnic Studies; African-American Women Studies and History; Popular Culture; African-American Music History

Omaris Zamora

M.A. Candidate

omaris@utexas.edu

Education   

B.A., University of Chicago

Interests

  20th and 21st century transnational Dominican literature and culture, Critical race theory, Border thinking, Gender studies, and performance

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