Media studies, popular culture, popular music, visual culture, literature and audience and fan reception
Art of the African Diaspora, African-American art history, South African modern art, Intersections of the African and Jewish Diasporas, lynching photography, art and social activism, African and African American Studies, social justice and international education, women artists, racial injustice and public monuments and memorials
Africa, South Africa, transnational race, imperialism, cultural and oral history
Ancient philosophy, metaphysics, epistemology, African American philosophy
Diversity in educational media, broadening participation in STEM, Learning Technologies
Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Mental Health, Gender and Race, Black Studies
LGBTQ Studies, feminist and queer theory, television studies, friendship studies and rhetoric, critical trauma studies and rhetoric, ecofeminism/ Appalachia
Sociology of ideas, theoretical sociology, political sociology, race and ethnic studies, urban communities, the sociology of W.E.B. Du Bois
African American history, women's history, history of lynching, labor history, Pan-Africanism
Critical Health Communication, Black Health, Community Participatory Engagement, Chronic Disease, Clinical Outcomes, Health Disparities & Inequities, Social Determinants, Structural Racism, Psychosocial Factors, Digital Health, Health Information Seeking, Intervention Development and Dissemination, Message and Survey Development and Evaluation
Race, gender, the African American experience, and the history of black women in the Atlantic World
Black feminism, Black Marxism, Media Studies, Literature and Black identity.
race, ethnicity and nationalism, globalization, urban studies and international development and security.
African American, 20th century Cultural History, History of Death in America, American Popular Music, African American Religious History
late eighteenth century/early nineteenth century black antislavery writing with a particular emphasis on slave narrative autobiography, early black polemic, and their contributions to Atlantic political and intellectual currencies