New School Professor Darrick Hamilton recently authored an op-ed in the Atlanta Journal Constitution entitled, “As Morehouse and Spelman graduate, consider fate and funding of HBCUs.” Coauthored with Carolyn Ash, New School Alum Alan Aja, and William “Sandy” Darity, Jr, the article (available here) argues that, “As long as the dramatic racial wealth gap persists, enhanced […]
New School Professor Darrick Hamilton was recently interviewed on Arise TV to talk about the role of neighborhoods in determining income mobility. The interview can be viewed here.
On the Regulation of Sexualities Lauren O’Neill-Butler — May 6, 2015 (This post was republished in its entirety from Public Seminar) A set of well-executed arguments in Judith Butler’s essay “Merely Cultural” (1997) and Nancy Fraser’s response to it present a springboard from which we should analyze a crucial link between the social regulation of […]
New School Professor Darrick Hamilton’s work has recently been utilized in two publications. One, in which his work has been cited, is in the American Prospect here, and the other, which is part of a Boston Fed Discussion Series on Community Development is available here.