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Anthony Siracusa

Director of Community Engagement, University of Mississippi

I focus on the intersection between religion, politics, and race in modern US History. My work centers on the history of the development of nonviolence as a political philosophy in the decades before the peak years of the Civil Rights Movement. My research also focuses more broadly on interracialism and interracial organizing across the 20th century.

I also work at the intersection of the academy and the community through programs designed for faculty, staff, students, and off campus partners to advance research, learning, and community impact.

Experience

  • 2020–present
    Director of Community Engagement, University of Mississippi

Education

  • 2018 
    Vanderbilt University, Ph.D - American History