Chelsey Faloona

Office:
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.

Distinctions

Prizes, Fellowships, & Grants

2013

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