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Core Department Faculty

Kim Pearson

Kim Pearson, MA, Chair 2011-14

Kim Pearson is an associate professor of Journalism and Interactive Multimedia. Her research on computing diversity and civic engagement has garnered support from Microsoft and the National Science Foundation. Pearson teaches various courses on writing for interactive multimedia, news games and race, gender and the news. Pearson holds an MA in journalism from New York University.

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Phone: 609-771-2692
English department profile
Winnifred Brown-Glaude

Winnifred Brown-Glaude

Winnifred Brown-Glaude is an Associate Professor in the departments of African American Studies and Sociology at The College of New Jersey (USA). She received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Temple University (2003). Her primary fields of research include, Race and Ethnicity in the Anglophone-Caribbean; Race, Gender and Informal Economies; Gender and Globalization. Her most recent book is Higgler’s in Kingston: Women’s Informal Work in Jamaica( (Vanderbilt University Press, 2011). Her other publications include several articles and an edited collection, Doing Diversity in Higher Education: Faculty Leaders Share Challenges and Strategies (Rutgers University Press, 2009). She is currently working on her third book project, Feminist Mosaics: The Politics of Embodiment in the English Speaking Caribbean. Courses taught at The College of New Jersey include: ‘Race and Ethnicity in Latin America and the Caribbean’, ‘Women of Color: A Global Perspective’, ‘Women in World Perspective: A View from the Caribbean’, ‘Race and Ethnicity in the United States’.

Phone: 609-771-2149
Sociology Department Profile
Chris Fisher

Christopher T. Fisher, Ph.D.

Professor Fisher teaches various classes on topics in the twentieth century, American diplomatic, and African-American history. He received his doctorate from Rutgers University’s History Department.

Phone: 609-771-2717
History department profile
Moussa Sow

Moussa Sow, Ph.D.

Dr. Sow teaches Francophone African literatures, cultures and cinemas as well as the literatures of the Black Diaspora. His research interests include Islam in the West African novel, migrating texts, Senegalese women writers, postcolonialism and African literatures.

Phone: 609-771-3152
World Languages and Cultures Department profile
Piper Kendrix

Piper Kendrix Williams, Ph. D

Piper Kendrix Williams is an Associate Professor in the African American Studies and English Departments. At the College she teaches various classes on topics in 19th and 20th Century African American Literature African Diaspora Literature and Multicultural Studies. Her book, Re-presenting Segregation: Toward and Esthetics of Living Jim Crow, co-edited with Brian Norma, was published by SUNY Press in 2010.

Phone: 609-771-3113
English department profile