- PhD, Educational and Cultural Studies University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Graduate Certificate, Women's and Gender Studies
MA, English and African American Literature, North Carolina A&T State University
BA, African American Studies, UNC Greensboro
BA, Political Science, UNC Greensboro
- Robert Randolph, Jr. is a scholar and writer from “Down East,” North Carolina. His research and teaching interests include 20th- and 21st-century African-American literature and cultural production, socio-cultural foundations of education, and Black feminist and queer rhetorics. His most recent publications include, “Shifting the Talk: Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Feminism at HBCUs,” co-authored with Faye Spencer-Maor and “The Queer Poetics of Social Justice: Literacy, Affect(ion), and the Critical Pedagogical Imperative,” in Leadership, Equity, and Social Justice in American Higher Education: A Reader, edited by C.P. Gause.