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ASAP Associate Editor

Krystal M. Perkins is an associate professor of psychology and chairs the interdisciplinary program of Global Black Studies at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Purchase. He completed her B.A. at SUNY Purchase and her Ph.D. at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York in the Social-Personality Psychology program. In various projects, Krystal explores minority/ized subjectivities, not grounded in an implicit deficient model, but minorities/tized subjectivities as complex and multifaceted, negotiating histories-nation-ideologies-identities, etc. Her research also considers constructions and discursive contexts of racialized/nationalist/diversity discourses, critical sustainability/environmental justice, and the intersection of collective memory, Black identity, and Black radical/liberation movements. Her publications are in conversation with the fields of identity and intergroup relations, diversity and migration, discursive psychology, and pedagogy and intercultural exchange.