Wallace has some 50 active research studies across the foundation’s areas of arts, education leadership, and youth development. This blog is the second in an occasional series of conversations that Bronwyn Bevan, vice president of research, has been having with researchers Wallace has commissioned or awarded grants to. She recently talked with professors Valerie Adams-Bass,… continue reading
Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass will be part of an upcoming webinar So, You Want to Do a Podcast? on November 16, 2023. Join three SRCD members who have created or host their own podcasts to learn more about this popular way to communicate and translate research to a broad audience. For more information visit: So You… continue reading
The Department of Childhood Studies is thrilled to welcome Dr. Destiny Crockett, our inaugural Mellon Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow in Childhood Studies and Racial Justice!
The Strong Black Woman or Superwoman Schema has been generally described as how African American women are expected to perform and embody womanhood (Abrams et al., 2014; Beauboeuf-Lafontant, 2007, Beauboeuf-Lafontant, 2009; Nelson et al., 2016, Nelson et al., 2020, Nelson et al., 2023b; Watson and Hunter, 2016 ;Woods-Giscombé, 2010; Woods-Giscombé, 2018; Woods-Giscombé et al., 2016; Woods-Giscombé et al.,… continue reading
Congratulations to Sajwa Pasha who is the winner of this year’s Outstanding Senior Award in Childhood Studies. We wish you the best of luck after graduation, Sajwa!
Dr. Valerie Adams-Bass published an Article, Exploring Black Youth’s Belief in Racial Socialization Across Parental and Non-parental Agents, in the Journal of Child and Family Studies. Abstract Historically, racial socialization (RS) literature has focused on the content and frequency of RS messages communicated between Black parents and youth. In an effort to examine the potential… continue reading