Profile: Lacey Hunter

Part-time Lecturer

Faculty
Department of African American and African Studies

Lacey Hunter is a doctoral student at Drew University focused on the role of African American religious ideologies on racial constructions. She holds an MA in American History from Rutgers University and is currently teaching courses on African American Studies and Afro-American History. In addition, to pursuing her Ph.D. she has been actively involved in organizations that help urban students transition into college, as well as collaborative programs for “at-risk” college freshman. She is deeply committed to restructuring historical teaching and encouraging greater literacy rates among students of color.

  • Courses Taught

    Introduction to African American and African Studies, I and II
    The African American Community
    Afro-American History, I and II
    History of Hip Hop