Our CSP alum, Yvanne Joseph recently presented a talk, Talking Back: Narrative Expressions of Life Under Papa Doc’s Reign, at a conference, Haiti: Impunity, Responsibility, and Citizenship. The conference was held at the Graduate Center on March 18th. Congratulations on the wonderful talk, Yvanne! View the conference program here.
Yvanne Joseph is a lecturer in both the Department of Special Programs/SEEK and the Department of Education and Social and Behavioral Sciences at Medgar Evers College, City University of New York. She teaches introductory psychology and group counseling courses. She earned a Ph.D. in Critical/Social-Personality Psychology May, 2015 at the Graduate Center. Her research focus is on Black immigrant racial and cultural identity development, acculturation and narrative study of lives.