ANNUAL SCHOLARS/FELLOWS

ANNUAL SCHOLARS/FELLOWS

  • Scholars are those without a doctorate.
  • Fellows are an individual with a doctorate.

Hip Hop Studies and Activism Scholar/Fellow of the Year: If you are interested in conducting research in the area of hip hop studies and being a Save the Kids Scholar of the Year please send 1) a 500 to 1000 word statement on your accomplishments, academic work, advocacy, and academic and political goals and 2) your Resume/CV. The position is a one volunteer year appointment.

Transformative Justice Scholar/Fellow of the Year: If you are interested in conducting research in the area of transformative justice and being a Save the Kids Scholar of the Year please send 1) a 500 to 1000 word statement on your accomplishments, academic work, advocacy, and academic and political goals and 2) your Resume/CV. The position is a one volunteer year appointment.

Dismantling School to Prison Pipeline Save the Kids Scholar/Fellow of the Year: If you are interested in conducting research in the area of dismantling the school to prison pipeline and being a Save the Kids Scholar of the Year please send 1) a 500 to 1000 word statement on your accomplishments, academic work, advocacy, and academic and political goals and 2) your Resume/CV. The position is a one volunteer year appointment.

Please send information to:

Arash Daneshzadeh
E-mail: arashdaneshzadeh@gmail.com
Phone-number:650759-3825
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Arash Daneshzadeh is a faculty member at the University of San Francisco–School of Education (Department of Organizational Leadership), and serves as Director of Programs for Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ). Daneshzadeh has served as a faculty in the Prison University Project at San Quentin Penitentiary since 2011. He is co-author of several books including Dismantling The School To Prison PipelineUnhooking from Whiteness (Volume 3), Academic Lynching, and Hip Hop Education and Dismantling The School To Prison Pipeline. He teaches classes on the sociology of hip hop and on the apartheid within campus cultures and environments. Co-editor of the International Journal of Peace Studies and Book Review editor of Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education his praxis converges between identity formation, gender studies, carceral studies, and school organizational theory.

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