Dr. Constance Iloh is an anthropologist, social scientist, and visual artist. Constance’s contributions reflect the possibilities of diverse modes of inquiry and qualitative approaches. Through her work, Iloh chronicles the lives of minoritized people and illuminates inequities, asymmetries, and forms of oppression within social institutions and organizations. Some of Iloh’s works include, “Do It for the Culture: The Case for Memes in Qualitative Research” in the International Journal of Qualitative Methods and “Academia as an Incubator of Oppression and Violence: A Closer Look at Academic Mobbing and Bullying Offline and Online” in Humanities and Social Science Research. Dr. Iloh’s insights have been featured by Politico, Forbes, Blavity, and National Public Radio (NPR). She has been invited to share her expertise with the American Association of University Women, the McNair Scholars Program, The Chronicle, the University Innovation Alliance, and NBC Universal. Constance is one of the few scholars ever named to the break-out stars of the Forbes 30 under 30 list. You can learn more about Dr. Constance Iloh by visiting her website.
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