Enid Logan

Associate Chair of the Department of Sociology , Chair of Committee on Diversity & Equity

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

Theorizing the Racialization of Indigeneity in the United States ***** 'Your Great-Great Grandmother Was A Cherokee’: Native American Ancestry Lore Among Black and White Families in the U.S. **** Race, Immigration and Gender in the 2016 Presidential Election


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Research interests

Racialization of Indigeneity/ American Indian Racialization, Black & Indigenous Racialization, Blackness in the Americans, Blacks & Social Class, Race and the Black/ Indigenous Body, Race and Electoral Politics, Trump & Race, Obama & Race 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

BA, Yale University

Research Interest Keywords

  • racialization of indigeneity
  • Native American Sports Mascots & Race
  • race and the black/ indigenous body
  • race and electoral politics
  • race in Latin America & the Caribbean
  • intersectionality
  • blacks & social class
  • Barack Obama
  • Trump, Race & Gender
  • American indians and race
  • blackness in the Americas
  • race relations


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