Lauren Kientz Anderson is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Africana Studies and History departments, focusing on the topics of US and African American history. Some of her course topics include African-American History since the 15th century, The Civil Rights Movement and Black Power Eras, African American Women's History, Pan-Africanism, Paideia 111-112 and 450, and the Survey of U.S. History Since 1877.
Professor Anderson's research interests include Black Women's Intellectual History and Black Internationalism. She is currently working on a book entitled "Speaking to the World: Black American Women and Global Interracialism, 1918-1939." She has one article published and another being revised and resubmitted:
In addition, she is working on one other article, which has been accepted in preliminary form for an edited collection.
Her academia site can be found here.