Andy Clarno: What I’m up to now (spring 2018)

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Andy Clarno

I’m teaching
AAST/SOC 407 – Comparative Racial Formation

I’m currently working on
A community engaged research project on policing in Chicago. We want to understand the impact of advanced data analysis and coordination between local, state, and federal policing agencies on policing in Chicago.

I’m also organizing a symposium on Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria that will take place at UIC on April 20. We are excited to announce that Carmen Yulin Cruz, the Mayor of San Juan, will provide the keynote address.

I recently published
Neoliberal Apartheid: Palestine/Israel and South Africa After 1994
You can find it at a local bookstore!

Short pieces in Middle East Report and Al-Shabaka.

And an interview about my book in the journal, Decolonization:
Desai, Chandni and Andy Clarno. 2017. “‘Neoliberal Apartheid’: Challenges for Decolonization from South Africa to Palestine (An Interview with Andy Clarno by Chandni Desai).” Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education, and Society 6.1: 96-98.

I recently received
A promotion to Associate Professor

A Policy and Social Engagement Fellowship from the UIC Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy for participatory action research projects on surveillance in Chicago.

This summer, I’m looking forward to …
taking some time to relax, recharge and begin writing my second book.

My office hours are
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00-3:30 and by appointment

See Andy Clarno’s full bio on the UIC Sociology website here.


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