ISG Professor Terence Keel named 2020-21 Luskin Research Fellow

Congratulations to ISG Professor Terence Keel who has been selected as part of the 2020-21 class of Luskin Research Fellows. Known for its historical research and policy analysis, the Luskin Center for History and Policy awarded research team winners with funds to conduct research that will produce historical and policy analysis of issues of contemporary relevance.

Professor Keel and rising senior at UCLA, Armond Corshawn Lee, will focus their continued research on how biomedical science constructs death in ways that absolves state accountability and suppresses knowledge of biological effects of institutional racism.

To read more about Keel and Lee’s research topic, click here.


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