Assistant Professor, Language, Literature, and Cultural Studies
Bowie State University
Project: “Exploring the Art of Digital Protest: The Unbecoming of British Muslims”
This project explores the ways in which British Muslims make use of digital media for an active process of both “unmaking” and “self-making,” and examines how expressive digital technologies can enable and restrict performances of identity.
Associate Professor, Communications
Project: “Female Korean-American small business owners or employees’ interracial/interethnic experiences at workplace”
This project studies Korean American women’s interracial and interethnic lived experiences in the workplace, and considers how the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated racism, impacted the economic health of small businesses, and complicated gender dynamics.