Erin N. Winkler
PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Racial socialization; Racial identity development in African American families and communities; The impact of gender, skin tone, and other demographic factors on racial identity development and responses to racism; The effect of place on shaping conceptualizations and experiences of race and racism.
Effects of racism on individuals, communities, and society; Racial identity development and well-being in children and adolescents; African American families; Qualitative research methods in Africology; Sociology of African American communities; Race and place (nationally and internationally).
Dr. Erin Winkler spoke with Milwaukee Public Radio’s Stephanie Lecci about how childlren learn and perceive race and how we consider it as adults. Listen to How children understand race interview.
Dr. Erin Winkler was featured on Iowa Public Radio’s “Talk of Iowa” program as an expert on how children learn about race. Listen to Teaching Kids about race interview.