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Research Interests

Our research focuses on how religion and Whiteness shape individual and group engagement with social justice. In one area of research, we examine the ways in which religious settings such as congregations promote social justice engagement. We further explore how White students understand and emotionally respond to racism and White privilege with implications for how to engage White students in racial justice action.

Professional Information

2018 Early Career Award: Society for Community Research and Action

2012 Louisville Institute Project Grants for Researchers. Understanding Social Networks and Social Capital in Religious Congregations. N. Todd, Principal Investigator. $25,000 funded.

Education/Academic qualification

Theology, M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary

Psychology, M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary

Ph.D, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

B.A., University of Oklahoma


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