Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Society of Fellows
Nijah Cunningham specializes in African American and African diasporic literature and his fields of interest include black studies, performance studies, visual culture, gender and sexuality, and postcolonial criticism.
nijahc@princeton.edu
Journalist, Activist, Author, and Presbyterian Minister
Chris Hedges, a weekly columnist for Truthdig, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has reported from more than 50 countries. He spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans, including 15 years at The New York Times as a foreign correspondent and bureau chief. Hedges left the Times shortly after they issued him a formal reprimand for publicly denouncing the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Department of African American Studies Visiting Professor
Cassandra Jackson's research and teaching interests focus on African-American literature, critical race theory, and visual culture. Her public commentary on race in American culture can be found on the Huffington Post. She is currently working on a book of creative non-fiction on race and infertility.
cj12@princeton.edu
Department of African American Studies Visiting Fellow
Keisha-Khan Perry specializes in the critical study of race, gender, and politics in the Americas with a particular focus on black women's activism, urban geography and questions of citizenship, feminist theories, intellectual history and disciplinary formations, and the interrelationship between scholarship, pedagogy, and political engagement.
Keisha-Khan_Perry@brown.edu