Dr. Sekou Franklin
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.