2018 Career Enhancement Junior Faculty Fellows and Adjunct Faculty Fellows

12-Month Fellows

Ademide Adelusi-Adeluyi •University of California, Riverside • History

Maleda Belilgne • University of Maryland, Baltimore County • Africana Studies

* Shermaine Jones • Virginia Commonwealth University • English

Raúl Pérez • University of Denver • Sociology

Rachel Afi Quinn • University of Houston • Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

* Kenton Rambsy • University of Texas, Arlington • English

* Donavan Ramon • Kentucky State University • Liberal Studies

Marquita Smith • William Paterson University • English

Nicole Spigner • Columbia College Chicago • African American Literature and Culture

*Brandi Summers • Virginia Commonwealth University • African American Studies


Six-Month Fellows

* Gavin Arnall • University of Michigan, Ann Arbor • Romance Languages and Literatures

Roosbelinda Cardenas • Hampshire College • Critical Social Inquiry

Carla Della Gatta • University of Southern California • Theatre

Christina Diaz • University of Arizona • Sociology

Benjamin Frey • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill • American Studies

* Katerina Gonzalez Seligmann • Emerson College • Writing, Literature, and Publishing

* Saida Grundy • Boston University • Sociology

Rebeca Hey-Colón • Temple University • Spanish

Mai-Linh Hong • Bucknell University • English

Karen Jaime • Cornell University • Performing and Media Arts

Doug Kiel • Northwestern University • History

Tehama Lopez Bunyasi • George Mason University • Conflict Analysis and Resolution

* Toussaint Losier • University of Massachusetts, Amherst • Afro-American Studies

Jordanna Matlon • American University • Sociology/School of International Service

Michael Niño • Willamette University • Sociology

Lena Palacios • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities • Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

Andrea Pitts • University of North Carolina, Charlotte • Philosophy

Ashanté Reese • Spelman College • Anthropology

Derron Wallace • Brandeis University • Sociology

Alexis Wells-Oghoghomeh • Vanderbilt University • Religious Studies


Honorary Career Enhancement Fellow

* Jamie Thomas • Swarthmore College • Linguistics


Adjunct Faculty Fellows

* Lauren Eldridge • Spelman College • Sociology and Anthropology

* Awendela Grantham • Virginia Commonwealth University • African American Studies


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