Keisha Bentley-Edwards

Dr. Keisha L. Bentley-Edwards is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, Human Development & Culture and Learning Sciences Faculty Affiliate, African & African Diaspora Studies Department, at the University of Texas at Austin.

Bentley-Edwards researches the experiences of youth in racial socialization, looking into sociopolitical agency and cohesion among African Americans, as well as white racial socialization, and the messages that white parents provide to their children around race.

Her work examines how cultural strengths can be used to minimize the negative outcomes related to racism stress, violence, aggression, bullying, and community stressors.

Keisha Bentley-Edwards

Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, Human Development & Culture and Learning Sciences Faculty Affiliate, African & African Diaspora Studies Department, at the University of Texas at Austin

Areas of Expertise: Psychological Development of the African American Experience in the United States, Adolescent Racial Socialization, Human Development, Culture, Learning Sciences

Location: Austin, TX (September-May); Durham, NC (June-August)

Contact Information:

Phone: (714) 614-0728 (Cell)
Email: kbentleyedwards@austin.utexas.edu
Twitter: @Keisha_Bentley

Heard on NPR Source of the Week: Dr. Bentley-Edwards Discusses The Reaction After Ferguson

Added December 2014

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