Al-Khatun and artifact: Gertrude Bell and Imperial archaeology in the colonization of "The Orient"
An unlikely power: education as a political tool in Singapore & Hong Kong
As Filipino as barbecue: NYC Filipino restaurant owners' power over food, restaurants, and identity
Conceptions of Race in Higher Education: How Colleges and Universities' Injurious Relations with Predominantly Black Localities Exacerbate White Students' Racial Biases
From Watts to Ferguson: The Militarized Policing of Black Communities in the United States
Beginning the 1960s, police forces in the United States underwent a transformation. In response to the civil unrest taking place in cities across the country, public support for increased federal funding for law enforcement soared. With this increased funding, police...