Greenlaw Hall 228, CB #3520
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3520
BA, Spelman College (Sociology) (1996
PhD, Northwestern University (Sociology) (2006)
Antonia Randolph is a cultural sociologist whose interests include diversity discourse in education, multicultural capital, non-normative Black masculinity, and the production of misogyny in hip-hop culture. She’s a member of the Scholars’ Network on Masculinity and the Well-Being of African American Men and a participant in the Women of Color Leadership Project of the National Women’s Studies Association. Her first book, The Wrong Kind of Different: Challenging the Meaning of Diversity in American Classrooms (Teachers College 2012), examined the hierarchies elementary school teachers constructed among students of color. https://www.tcpress.com/the-wrong-kind-of-different-9780807753859 She has also published in the Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, The Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, The Feminist Wire and Scalawag Magazine. Her current book project, That’s My Heart: Queering Intimacy in Hip-Hop Culture, examines portrayals of Black men’s intimate relationships in hip-hop culture.
Gender and Performance (FOLK 537)
Intersectionality (AMST 248)