Faculty Core Faculty

 

Dr. Kelly Harris
kharris@csu.edu
Office: SCI 321B
Phone: 773-995-4422
Fax: 773-995-2030

FacultyAdjunct Faculty
 

Kim Dulaney

readme400@aol.com
Office: SCI 322
Phone: 773-995-2165
Fax: 773-995-2030

 

Amzie Moore

amoore45@csu.edu
Office: SCI 322
Phone: 773-995-2165
Fax: 773-995-2030

 

Theodore Merriweather

Office: SCI 321
Phone: 773-995-2186
Fax: 773-995-2030

Affiliate Faculty

 

Brenda E. Aghahowa
Associate Professor of English, D. Min.
University of Chicago/Divinity School

 

Philip A. Beverly
Associate Professor of Political Science
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago

Jacqueline K. Bryant

Jacqueline K. Bryant
Associate Professor of English
Ph.D., Kent State University

Evelyne Delgado-Norris

Evelyne Delgado-Norris
Assistant Professor of French
Ph.D., Northwestern University

Ivy M. Dise Dunn

Ivy M. Dise Dunn
Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., University of Texas at Dallas

Songodian Ifatunji

Songodian Ifatunji
Professor of Speech
M.F.A,  University of Massachusetts

 

Hannah Jones  
Associate Professor of History
Ph.D., Northwestern University

Lionel Kimble

Lionel Kimble
Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D., University of Iowa

Quraysh A. Lansana

Quraysh A. Lansana
Assistant Professor of English
M.F.A., New York University

Haki Madhubuti

Haki Madhubuti
Professor of English
M.F.A., University of Iowa

 

Suzuko Morikawa
Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D., Temple University

  Saidou Mohamed N’Daou
Associate Professor of History,
Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Emeritus Faculty
y L. McSwine

Dr. Bartley L. McSwine
Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction,
Ph. D., Claremont Graduate School

 

My primary interest is the phenomenology of culture and how it impacts human life and institutions.  I am particularly interested in the relationship between culture and oppression: how culture has been used as a tool of oppression and how culture can be used as a tool of liberation.

Recent Publications and Presentations:
The End of Black Studies or the End of the University, “Journal of the Philosophy and History of Education”, Fall 2001
“Black Studies: The Unfinished Revolution,” Olive Harvey College, Chicago, Illinois, April 2001

“The African Centered University: Culture, Consciousness and Spirituality,” National Council of Black Studies, Charlotte, North Carolina, March 2001
 

bmcswine@hotmail.com 
Office: DH215
Phone:773-995-4422