We are excited to introduce this WPSA Virtual Community “Decolonizing Political Science.” We are junior women of color political scientists of queer, working class, and first generation experience.
Author Archives: Jenn M. Jackson
APSA Special Projects Grant Award
Building an Academic Pipeline: Safe Spaces for the Development of Junior Women of Color in Political Science This is a new initiative that supports a pre-conference writing retreat for early-career women of color PhDs in Political Science. The first writing retreat was held before the 2020 Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association inContinue reading “APSA Special Projects Grant Award”
Webinar: Anti-Black Violence and the Ongoing Fight for Freedom
The recent murders of innocent Black people have galvanized individuals to fight against the oppression of Blacks in this country. The Race and Capitalism Project, along with the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, has organized a panel featuring historians, activists, and political theorists, Juliet Hooker (Brown), Barbara Ransby (University of Illinois),Continue reading “Webinar: Anti-Black Violence and the Ongoing Fight for Freedom”