Edmund T. Gordon
Edmund T. Gordon is the chair of the African and African Diaspora Department as well as an associate professor in anthropology at the University of Texas at Austin. His teaching and research interests include: Culture and power in the African diaspora, gender studies (particularly Black males), critical race theory, race education and the racial economy of space and resources. His publications include Disparate Diasporas: Identity and Politics in an African-Nicaraguan Community, 1998, UT Press.
New Foundations for Developing Models for Success
Foreword by Freeman A. Hrabowski
With LeManuel Bitsóí, Edmund T. Gordon, Shaun R. Harper, Victor B. Sáenz and Robert T. Teranishi
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