Current and Future Research Projects
RJHE is currently conducting a narrative inquiry that explores the reflections of people of color committed to justice work on racial white allies in higher education.
RJHE is conducting a critical discourse analysis of streaming chapel programs at Christian higher education institutions through the frameworks of whiteness, theology, and critical race theory.
Ash, A. N., Hill, R., Risdon, S. N., & Jun, A. (2017, November). Anti-racism in higher education: A new model for change. Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice, 4(3).
Akamine Phillips, J., Risdon, N., Lamsma, M., Hambrick, A., & Jun, A. (2019). Barriers and Strategies by White Faculty Who Incorporate Anti-Racist Pedagogy. Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice, 3(2), 1.
Ash, A. N., Clark, K, & Jun, A. (2017). The paradox of faith: White administrators and anti-racism advocacy in Christian higher education. Christian Higher Education, 16(4), 232-254. doi:10.1080/15363759.2017.1310063
Risdon, S. N., Jun, A., Ash, A. N., & Menjares, P. (2017). Moving forward: How CCCU institutions can lay a solid foundation for the work of racial justice on campus. Advance, (8),1, [pages]. Retrieved from http://advance.cccu.org/stories/moving-forward-together
Risdon, S. N., Jun, A., & Ash, A. N. (2016). A call to listen, respond, and connect: White Christians for racial justice in the CCCU. Advance, (7)2, 22-27. Retrieved from http://advance.cccu.org/stories/a-call-to-listen-respond-and-connect
Brock, S., Hambrick, A., & Jun, A. (2016). The intersection of Christianity and social justice advocacy. Growth, (15)15, 24-35. Retrieved from https://pillars.taylor.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1193&context=acsd_growth
Hambrick, A., Slavens, J., Jun, A, Brock, S., & Luna De La Rosa, M. (2015). Narrative tales of social justice engagement. Unpublished manuscript, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA.