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Dr. Sheri L. Parks

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Associate Professor of American S...

Phone: (301) ***-****  
Email: s***@***.edu
Local Address:  Washington D.C. , District of Columbia , United States
University of Maryland
800 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore , Maryland 21201
United States


Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Advisor
  • Member of the Coalition for Civic Engagement
    University of Minnesota Duluth
  • Steering Committee Member
    Civic Engagement
  • Board Member
  • Steering Committee Member
    Coalition for Civic Engagement
  • Steering Committee Member
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  • Ph.D. , Communication Studies
  • Ph.D. , Communication Studies
    University of Massachusetts-Amherst
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Institute of the Black World » 7 Actual Facts That Prove White Privilege Exists in America [cached]
Sheri Parks, a professor of American studies at the University of Maryland, College Park, calls this the "Missing White Woman Syndrome.
Authors | Sarah Lazin Books [cached]
Dr. Sheri Parks Dr. Sheri Parks is an award-winning professor in the American Studies Department at the University of Maryland and cultural critic for Midday, an NPR cultural analysis program. A well-known speaker and public intellectual, she has been quoted in many national publications and has appeared on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360 and other shows. She often joins with four other African-American academics as Critical Front, which performs multi-media presentations in a non-academic forum. She received her Ph.D. in Communication Studies from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and is based outside of Baltimore, Maryland.
The Greater Baltimore Cultural ... [cached]
The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance board of directors have announced the election of seven new members, as well as the appointment of Julia Marciari-Alexander, executive director of the Walters Art Museum, as president, and the appointment of Sheri Parks, associate dean for research, interdisciplinary scholarship and programming at the University of Maryland, as vice president.
Narrative 4 Maryland [cached]
N4 advisor, Dr. Sheri Parks, who teaches in the American Studies Department at the University of Maryland, is working with us to gather empirical evidence that we can use to further examine and justify our vision and mission. Sheri was introduced to us by N4 advisor, Dini Karasik.
Dr. Parks is also a member of the Coalition for Civic Engagement at UMD, and her classes often include visionary projects that benefit non-profit associations, which is wonderful for N4.
Midday with Dan Rodricks [cached]
We'll get observations from Melissa Deckman, an assistant professor of political science at Washington College, Jean Marbella, columnist and political editor of the Baltimore Sun and Sheri Parks, associate professor of pop culture at the University of Maryland.
Joining us to look at this issue are Don Norris, chair of the department of public policy at UMBC, Sheri Parks, associate professor in American studies at the University of Maryland, and Alan Berube of the Brookings Institution Metro Program. (The Future of Baltimore series on Midday, originally broadcast 5-17-10)
We continue our discussion of what economic and social conditions would make city life more appealing to the middle class with Don Norris and Sheri Parks, as well as Karen Stokes, executive director of the Greater Homewood Community Corporation. (The Future of Baltimore series on Midday, originally broadcast 5-17-10)
Part 2: A look at NPR's firing of Juan Williams with David Zurawik from the Baltimore Sun, Marta Mossberg of the Maryland Public Policy Institute, Lester Spence, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins University and Sheri Parks, Associate Professor in the American Studies department at the University of Maryland, College Park.
With Sheri Parks, Associate Professor of Popular Culture at the University of Maryland, College Park, Schuyler Velasco, editorial fellow at, Lee Mergner, editor-in-chief of JazzTimes Magazine, Linda Holmes, editor of NPR's entertainment and pop-culture blog Monkey See and Emily Krich, director of Patapsco High School's show choir, Great Expectations.
Joining us in Studio A to do just that -- and to talk about Obama -- are Sheri Parks, associate professor of American studies at the University of Maryland, and Lester Spence, associate professor of political science and Africana studies at Johns Hopkins University.
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