Recent Accomplishments

Publications

Martina Vasil, assistant professor in the School of Music, published the paper, “The Perspectives of Two First-Generation College Students Pursuing Doctoral Degrees in Music Education.”

David Luke, associate director of the MLK Center, published the paper, “Critical Race Theory, Afro-Pessimism, and Racial Progress Narratives.”
Christia Brown, CESJ director, published a new book Discrimination in Childhood and Adolescence: A Developmental Intergroup Approach.
  • Brown, C. S.  (2017). Discrimination in Childhood and Adolescence: A Developmental Intergroup Approach. Psychology Press/Taylor & Francis.

Awards

Carmen Martinez Novo, associate professor in Anthropology, was awared a 2017-2018 American Council of Learned Societies Scholarship to complete a manuscript on “The Decline of Indigenous Rights in Latin America in the Context of Extractivism.”
 
 

Programs and Initiatives

Randolph Hollingsworth, asssistant provost, is leading the effort to develop of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Project (http://networks.h-net.org/KyWomanSuffrage). 
 

 

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