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Chandra Russo

Chandra Russo

Assistant Professor of Sociology
Sociology & Anthropology, 416 Alumni Hall
p 315-228-6420

Degrees

BA Vassar College, MA/PhD  University of California Santa Barbara

Research and Teaching Interests

Social Movements, Race and Racisms, Neoliberal Globalization, Feminism(s), Social and Cultural Theory, Environmental Justice, Embodiment and Health

Publications

Under contract. Tentative title: Embodying solidarity: witnessing as political action. Chandra Russo. Cambridge University Press.

Forthcoming 2018. "Solidarity protests of US security policy: Interrupting racial and imperial affects through ritual mourning." Chandra Russo. Global Raciality: Empire, Postcoloniality, Decoloniality. Edited by in Paola Bacchetta and Sunaina Maira. Routledge. 

2017. "The pitfalls and promises of climate action plans: transformative adaptation as resilience strategy in US cities." Chandra Russo and Andrew Pattison. Resilience, Environmental Justice and the City. Edited by Beth Schaefer Caniglia, Manuel Vallee and Beatrice Frank. Routledge. 

2016. “Witness Against Torture, Guantánamo, and Solidarity as Resistance.” Chandra Russo. Race & Class. October. **lead article

2016. "The pitfalls and promises of climate action plans: transformative adaptation as resilience strategy in US cities." Chandra Russo and Andrew Pattison. Resilience, Environmental Justice and the City. Edited by Beth Schaefer Caniglia, Manuel Vallee and Beatrice Frank. Routledge. 

2016. “Climate Action Planning: An Intersectional Approach to The Urban Equity Dilemma.” Chandra Russo and Andrew Pattison. Systemic Crises:  Race, Class, Gender and Global Climate Change. Edited by Phoebe Godfrey and Denise Torres. Routledge.

2014. “Allies Forging Collective Identity: Embodiment and Emotions on the Migrant Trail.” Chandra Russo. Mobilization: An International Journal. 19(1): 67-82.

Courses Taught

Colgate

> Power, Politics and Social Change
Power, Racism and Privilege
Introduction to Sociology

UCSB:

Social Movements
Critical Ethnography
Introduction to Sociology