Alicia Brunson is an assistant professor of Sociology. Her research focuses on racial ideologies among college students, Black student retention, and the politics of representation in creative industries. Dr. Brunson practices engaged pedagogy and teaches her students how to participate in community action research for positive social change. Her recent publications include “Disrupting White Fragility and Colorblind Racism: Using Games to Measure How Race and Ethnicity Courses Change Students’ Racial Ideologies,” in Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice and Prejudice in the Press? Investigating Bias in Coverage of Race, Gender, Sexuality and Religion.
- SOCI 3235 Race and Ethnicity
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