Joshua Inwood is an associate professor of geography and African studies at Penn State and holds a joint appointment with the University’s Rock Ethics Institute. Inwood’s research investigates how Civil Rights organizations used geospatial data techniques to calculate, map, and analyze the spatial and social dimensions of segregation in the US South during the US civil rights struggle. His other long-standing research interests are focused on the movement to address human wrongs through truth and reconciliation commissions, Settler colonialism, and impacts of whiteness and race in the U.S.
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