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Active researchers in the social sciences, humanities, and education, School of Social Transformation faculty use creative research approaches to themes and questions embedded in broader historical, social and cultural contexts.

Centered around social justice, our faculty uses transdisciplinary approaches to examine the processes of change and develop collaborative forms of community engagement.

Faculty from African and African American studies, Asian Pacific American studies, justice and social inquiry, social and cultural pedagogy, and women and gender studies conduct disciplinary and interdisciplinary research in multiple research clusters, including:

  • Law and Society
  • Comparative Diaspora Studies
  • Human Rights
  • Immigration and Migration
  • Economic Justice
  • Youth, Health, and Sexuality
  • Equity, Justice, and Sustainability
  • Gender Violence
  • Historical and Cultural Representations
  • Indigenous Justice

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