Lauren K. Anderson is an 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 Era, African American Women's History, AFST/HIST/WGST 239 Queer Bronzeville, 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 two articles published and another being revised and resubmitted:
She has two other articles in the editing stage.
For abstracts and photos, please visit her online CV.