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Robert Randolph Jr Assistant Director, Writing Center Academic Support and Access Center

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.