Dr. Edmund T. Gordon
Edmund T. Gordon is the founding (former) chair of the African and African Diaspora Studies Department, Associate Professor of African and African Diaspora Studies and Anthropology of the African Diaspora, and Vice Provost for Diversity at The University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. Gordon is also the former Associate Vice President of Thematic Initiatives and Community Engagement of the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement as well as former Director of the Center for African and African American Studies at The University of Texas.
His teaching and research interests include:
Culture and power in the African Diaspora, gender studies (particularly Black males), critical race theory, race education, and the racial economy of space and resources.
His publications include
- Disparate Diasporas: Identity and Politics in an African-Nicaraguan Community, 1998 UT Press.
Dr. Gordon was a founding member of the Caribbean Central American Research Council and continues to serve on the CCARC board. Dr. Gordon received his Doctorate in Social Anthropology from Stanford University and his Masters of Arts from Stanford University in Anthropology and Masters degree in Marine Sciences from the University of Miami.