Jeanelle Hope

Assistant, Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies
Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies
Rees-Jones Hall 204

J.Hope@tcu.edu | 817-257-4137

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Education

Ph.D., Cultural Studies, University of California, Davis, College of Letters & Science, 2019 M.A., Pan African Studies, Certificate of Advanced Study, Women’s and Gender Studies Syracuse University, College of Arts & Sciences, 2014 B.A., History and Africana Studies, California State University, Long Beach, 2012

Courses Taught

Black Feminism
Gender & Post Colonialism
Introduction to Asian American Studies
Asian American Cultural Studies
Comparative Race Studies
Gender & Post Colonialism

University of California, Davis—Equity Summit Social Justice Award, 2019

Contra Costa College, 2018 Distinguished Alumni

Association for the Study of African American Life History

Association of Black Women Historians

American Studies Association

“ Hood Civics: Intergenerational Healing and the Quest for Educational Justice for/with Black Girls” in Black Girl Civics: Expanding and Navigating the Boundaries of Civic Engagement, Information Age Press, Eds Ginnie Logan and Janiece Mackey (forthcoming).

“Solidarity Thwarted: The Racialization of African Americans and Asian Americans in California” in Race and Ethnicity: Moving from Sociological Imagination to Sociological Mindfulness, Cognella Academic Publishing, Eds Heidy Sarabia and Aya Ida (forthcoming).

“ ‘I’m a Artist and I’m Sensitive About My City’: Black Women Artivists Confronting Resegregation in Sacramento” Journal of American Studies (forthcoming).

“Poetic Justice: Bay Area Afro-Asian Women’s Activism Through Verse” in The Racial Frontier: African Americans in the Urban West from Great Migration to the Twenty First Century, 1900-2015, University of Oklahoma Press, Eds. Herbert G. Ruffin II and Dwayne Mack, 2018.