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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

212 Tolley Humanities Building

    Research and Teaching Interests

    Theoretical explanations in the emergence of environmental racism and injustice and the intersection  of race, class, gender, and the environment; community-based, participatory action research strategies of  photovoice and community mapping to understand the Black feminist spatial imagination within degraded environments.

    Selected Publications

    The Black feminist spatial imagination and an intersectional environmental justice, Environmental Sociology, 2018, 3(1), 22-35.

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

    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 .

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


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