Regine O. Jackson
Associate Professor of Sociology
Office Location: Campbell 124
Office Hours: Tuesday, 1:30-3:30 p.m. and by appointment
M.A., University of Michigan
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Teaching and Scholarly Interests
Forthcoming: It Just Happens: Colorblind Ideology and Undergraduate Explanations of Racial Interaction on Campus. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice.
2014. "The Failure of Categories: Hatians in the United Nations Organization in the Congo, 1960-1964." Journal of Hatian Studies 20(1): 34-64.
2011. Geographies of the Haitian Diaspora. New York and London: Routledge.
2012. “Imagining Boston: Haitian Immigrants and Place in Zadie Smith’s On Beauty.” Journal of American Studies 46(4): 855 – 873.
2010. “Black Immigrants and the Rhetoric of Social Distancing.” Sociology Compass 4(3): 193 – 206.
2007. “After the Exodus: The New Catholics in Boston’s Old Ethnic Neighborhoods.” Religion and American Culture 17(2): 191 – 212.
2010. “The Shifting Nature of Racism.” In Cameron D. Lippard and Charles A. Gallagher, eds. Being Brown in Dixie: Race, Ethnicity, and Latino Immigration in the New South, 25 - 51. Boulder, CO: First Forum Press.
2007. “Beyond Social Distancing: Intermarriage and Ethnic Boundaries among Black Americans in Boston.” In Y. Shaw-Taylor and S.A. Tuch, eds. The Other African Americans: Contemporary African and Caribbean Immigrants in the United States, 217 – 254. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.