Tianna Paschel, African American Studies
Publication year: 2016-2017
- “Toward a Disaggregated View of the Racial State: Diplomats, Activists and the Paradoxical Case of Racial Equality Policy in Brazil” in The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control, edited by Kimberly Morgan and Ann Shola Orloff, Cambridge University Press. 2017.
- “From Colombia to the U.S.: Black Lives Have Always Mattered”. NACLA Report on the Americas Special Report: A Hemispheric Approach to Contemporary Black Activism, edited by Larnies Bowen and Ayanna Legros. 2017.
- “Race and Ethnicity: The Limits of Inclusion.” Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies. Spring Fall 2016: 56-59.
- “Beyond Race or Class: Entangled Inequalities in Latin America” in The Double Bind: The Politics of Racial and Class Inequalities in the Americas. Report of the APSA Task Force on Class Inequalities in the America, edited by Juliet Hooker and Alvin Tillery. 2016.
- “How are they Dying? Politicizing Black Death in Latin America.” World Policy Journal 33.1 (2016): 38-45