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New ideas about identity, violence, and the state – and opposition to them – animate Adelman's research on families and schools,
Altheide's work has focused on the role of mass media and information technology in social control.
Anderson's current research interests include the performance of gender; race, gender and sexuality in popular culture; feminist semiotics and phenomenology.
Arzubiaga's research focuses on the education of children of immigrants, eco-cultural and sociocultural perspectives on family life and home-institution connections, and immigrant families' adaptations.
Aubrey has been doing community-embedded work related to reconnecting peoples of the African Diaspora to their heritage lands of Cameroon, Nigeria, and Ghana.
Bae's research and teaching interests encompass an array of historical and contemporary topics, including social and political movements, immigration, and imperialism and colonialism.
Bailey is currently conducting an ethnographic study of the impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on Black gay subjectivity.
Bontemps teaches courses examining social, cultural, and political movements, as well as the intellectual concerns of people of African descent in America, beginning in Africa with the history of slave trade to present.
Brayboy (Lumbee) is President's Professor and Borderlands Professor of Indigenous Education and Justice in the School of Social Transformation at ASU, where he currently serves as associate director.
Dr. Broberg joined the School of Social Transformation - Justice & Social Inquiry faculty as a Lecturer in 2017. Prior to this position, Dr. Broberg taught within the Arizona K-12 environment for 10 years.