Participant

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  • Camille Dantzler
  • Rutgers University

Camille Dantzler is a researcher with an expertise in African film and literature, gender studies, critical race theory, public policy, and critical trauma studies. The product of Mississippi migrations North, her lineage has inspired her passion, research, advocacy, and writing on Africa and the Diasporas, particularly on the experiences of women and girls. Dantzler teaches a variety of African studies and African American and Diaspora studies courses at Rutgers University and Middlesex College. She has published poetry in Becoming Undisciplined Literary Journal, Radical: An Anthology, Rigorous Mag, and has held multiple teaching and research fellowships, including the Frederick Douglass Doctoral Fellowship, Just-Julian Research Fellowship, and Sasakawa Young Leaders Foundation Fellowship