Daanika Gordon is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Tufts University. Her research examines the institutional and interactional mechanisms that undergird contemporary racial inequality in the city.
Nick Andersen is a scholar of race and religion, with expertise in African American and Africana religions and religious ethics. He specializes in the study of how key nineteenth- and twentieth-century anglophone Black thinkers drew upon religious resources as they engaged projects of racial formation and self-fashioning.
Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies
Mia Levenson is a PhD candidate and dramaturge whose research explores the intersections of biomedical science, race, and theatre. Her research interests include the history of science and medicine, representations of epidemics and disease, as well as performances and presentations of scientific racism in theatre and in popular culture.