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Donna Lee Granville

Assistant Professor

Location: James Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x1775
Fax: 718.951.4639

Dr. Granville's research and teaching interests broadly focus on symbolic and material boundaries that operate as mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion at all levels of social life. In her research, she studies boundaries of belonging and the notions of difference that perpetuate inequality as well as creative solutions to bridging symbolic and material divides. Current research projects incorporate her interests in race and ethnicity, citizenship and immigrant integration, and Afro-Caribbean immigrant populations. As an instructor, Donna teaches courses that are geared towards helping students of all ages and backgrounds discover how the sociological imagination empowers them to better activate and direct their agency.

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