Hamilton College Scholar Appointed to the Editorial Board of a New Journal on Race

westmaas4Nigel Westmaas, an assistant professor of Africana studies at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, has been appointed to the editorial board of The Journal of Race and Global Social Change. The new journal is “committed to the study of race, its social construction, and resistance within the global context.” It is expected to publish its first issue in the spring of 2014.

Dr. Westmaas, who has served on the faculty at Hamilton College since 2006, is a graduate of the University of Guyana. He holds a master’s degree and a Ph.D. from Binghamton University, a campus of the State University of New York system.

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