Nichole A. Guillory is a Professor of Curriculum and Instruction in the Department of Secondary and Middle Grades Education and an affiliated faculty member in the Interdisciplinary Studies Department at Kennesaw State University. She currently teaches courses in critical multiculturalism in teacher education and hip hop feminism in interdisciplinary studies. Drawing on the intersections of black feminist theory and curriculum theory, her scholarship focuses on problematizing fixed notions of black women’s identities in predominantly white universities in the South, where Black women’s encounters with white students and colleagues are often reflective of the old South’s race and gender politics. Drawing on hip hop feminism, she also writes about the representation of black women in hip hop discourses. Her published articles have appeared in various journals, including the Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Teaching Education, and Multicultural Education. She also has published chapters in key texts, such as Curriculum Studies Handbook: The Next Moment, Critical Studies of Southern Place: A Reader, and Oxford Handbook of Hip Hop Music Studies.
Keynote Speaker Bergamo 2018: Dr. Nichole A. Guillory
July 18, 2018