Ph.D. Candidate, American Studies
Marc Robinson teaches courses on race, intersectionality, popular culture, and African American Studies. His research interests include Black history and culture, Washington State history, social protest movements, feminist theory, comparative studies of race and inequality, and the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements. Marc’s dissertation focuses on the Black Student Union during the late 1960s in the state of Washington, and explores how that history complicates and expands Civil Rights and Black Power narratives.
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Fri., 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.
and by appointment