Dr. Sekou Franklin
Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations, College of Liberal Arts
Franklin studies American politics and government through the lens of African American politics, racial politics, social movements, and civil rights.
Areas of Focus
African-American Politics | Civil Rights and Voting Rights | Nonviolent Resistance | Racial Politics | Social Movements | Urban/Municipal Politics
Departments / Programs
- PHD, Howard University (2001)
- MA, San Francisco State University (1996)
- BS, Santa Clara University (1994)
Areas of Expertise
American Politics and Government
African-American Politics, Racial/Ethnic Politics
American and Comparative Social Movements/Citizen Participation
Middle Tennessee State University, August 2003-Present.
Williams College, September 2002-June 2003.
University of Illinois, January 2002-May 2002
Post-doctoral Fellowship, University of Illinois' African American Studies and Research Program, August-2001-August 2002.