Geography and Africana Studies
Joshua Inwood’s research interests center on urban (re)development, the processes of racialization, landscape studies, contested notions of identity as well as justice studies. His current research explores the United States’ first ever truth and reconciliation commission held in Greensboro, North Carolina. His research explores the results of this commission, focusing on the ways grassroots activists address the legacy and memory of violence, and how violence continues to undergird racial exploitation and fame and understanding of difference in North America.
Expertise Categories: Urban Geography | Racism | Violence | Truth and Reconciliation | Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Civil Rights