Graduate Student, History
- M.A. in Adult and Community Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2019
- B.S. in Cytotechnology, The University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2001
My research interests include critical race and revolutionary theory, the history of African American adult education, the relationship between cultural education and cultural revolution, Hubert H. Harrison, the New Negro Movement, Alain Locke, The Harlem and Atlanta experiments in Negro adult education, the production of cultural education amongst African Americans in the early 20th century, African American "liberation" movements, Harlem radicals as educators, the history of radical/ non-formal/ informal/ extra-institutional/ cultural and community education.