Gina Philogene

PhD, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris. Interests in social and cultural psychology, history of psychology, race, and social identity, as well as social representations. Author of From Black to African American: A New Representation, The Representations of the Social: Bridging Theoretical Traditions (with Kay Deaux), Racial Identity in Context: The Legacy of Kenneth B. Clark, and the forthcoming How the Right Made It Wrong: Names in the Shadow of the Political Correctness. Recipient of several grants, including the National Science Foundation and the American Psychological Association. Published several articles in professional journals and currently an associate editor of the Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. SLC, 1998–

Undergraduate discipline: Psychology

Courses taught in Psychology

Courses from previous years

  • Introduction to Social Psychology
  • The Historical Evolution of Psychological Thought
  • Crossing Borders and Boundaries: The Social Psychology of Immigration
  • Introduction to the Theory of Social Representations
  • Social Thinking

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