Craig Holloway

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Ph.D. Candidate
Education: 
B.A., cum laude, Psychology (Tuskegee University);
M.Ed. Human Development and Psychology (Harvard University)
Areas of Interest: 
Fatherhood; Sociology of Education; Childhood and Adolescence; Race and Ethnic Relations; Law and Social Science; Ethnographic Methods; Qualitative Methodology; Urban Sociology; Social Psychology; Social Policy, Program Evaluation

Craig Lapriece Holloway is a doctoral candidate in sociology. His research is focused on the nexus of race and identity on the social life experiences and outcomes of African-American males. Craig is particularly interested in the social constructs and lived experiences of urban black men around the family (fatherhood, formation, & relations) and working conceptions around race among this social group in urban settings, with specific attention to interactions with education and socioeconomic status.

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