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Kishi Animashaun Ducre

Kishi Animashaun Ducre

Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Associate Professor, African American Studies
African American Studies

200 Sims Hall

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Environmental Sociology; Environmental Justice Research Methodology; Race, Class, and Gender Stratification; Geographic Information Systems & Spatial Analysis; Theater of the Oppressed and African American Research Methods.

    Selected Publications

    Racialized Spaces and the Emergence of Environmental Injustice (in) Echoes of Poisoned Well: Global Memories of Environmental Justice. Edited by Silvia Washington, Paul Rosier, and Heather Goodall. forthcoming

    Addressing Environmental and Food Justice toward Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline: Poisoning and Imprisoning Youth, (co-edited with Anthony K. Nocella and Johnny Lupinacci) Palgrave McMillan, 2016 

    “Race(ing) to the Baby Market: The Political Economy of Overcoming Infertility” in Motherhood 2.0: Consumption, Communication, and Mothering in the Twenty-first Century (editors Jennifer L. Borda, Anne T. Demo, and Charlotte H. Krolokke), University of Alabama Press, 2015 

    A Place We Call Home: Gender, Race, and Justice in Syracuse, Syracuse University Press, 2012 

    “Extending Timeline of Environmental Justice Claims: Redlining Map Digitization Project” (co-authored with Eli Moore) Environmental Practice Journal 13 (4), December 2011: 325-339. 

    “Katrina as Postscript to Racialized Spaces in Louisiana” in Seeking Higher Ground: The Race, Public Policy and Hurricane Katrina Crisis Reader (editors Manning Marable, Ian Steinberg, and Kristen Clarke-Avery), Palgrave MacMillan, 2008 


    Environmental Justice 
    African American Foodways 
    Hurricane Katrina: Race, Class, Gender, & Disaster 
    Sociology of the African American Experience 
    “There Goes the Neighborhood”: US Racial Residential Segregation