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Charisse Burden-Stelly

Charisse Burden-Stelly

Education & Professional History

Charisse Burden-Stelly completed her Ph.D. in African Diaspora Studies at the University of California, Berkeley in 2016. She holds an M.A. in African American Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and a B.A. in Political Science and in African and African American Studies from Barrett Honor College at Arizona State University. Her scholarship traverses Africana Studies, Critical Theory, Political Theory, and Political Economy with a substantive focus on antiradicalism, anti-blackness, and state-sanctioned violence; globalization and economic development; and epistemologies of Black Studies.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Political Science

Office Hours: to be announced

Fall Class Schedule (9/10/18-11/14/18):
AFST 113 Introduction to African Studies, T Th 10:10-11:55 in Leighton 402
POSC 239 Globalization & Economic Development in the African Diaspora, T Th 1:15-3:00 in Willis 204

Charisse Burden-Stelly completed her PhD in African Diaspora Studies at the University of California, Berkeley in 2016. She holds an MA in African American Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and a BA in Political Science and in African and African American Studies from Barrett Honor College at Arizona State University. Her scholarship traverses Africana Studies, Critical Theory, Political Theory, and Political Economy with a substantive focus on antiradicalism, anti-blackness, and state-sanctioned violence; globalization and economic development; and epistemologies of Black Studies.

 

Africana Studies

Charisse Burden-Stelly completed her Ph.D. in African Diaspora Studies at the University of California, Berkeley in 2016. She holds an M.A. in African American Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and a B.A. in Political Science and in African and African American Studies from Barrett Honor College at Arizona State University. Her scholarship traverses Africana Studies, Critical Theory, Political Theory, and Political Economy with a substantive focus on antiradicalism, anti-blackness, and state-sanctioned violence; globalization and economic development; and epistemologies of Black Studies.

 

Profile updated May 9, 2018

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