Chelsey Faloona

Room 301

Chelsey's research interests include representations of black radical movements, the intersection between deconstructionist thought, black ontology, and Marxist criticism, as well as the politics of contemporary hip-hop. She received her BA from the George Washington University's American Studies department and is thrilled to continue her work in this community for her Ph.D.


Prizes, Fellowships, & Grants


The Elsie M. Carper Prize for Outstanding Senior Research Essay, "I'm Just Trying to Protect My Stacks, Mitt Romney Don't Pay No Tax: Racial Politics of Contemporary Hip-Hop in 'Color-blind' America"

Departmental Honors