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Celeste Lee

October 2022

Spelman Professor Celeste LeeDr. Celeste Lee is an assistant professor of Sociology at Spelman College. Her research centers understanding the ways in which ethno-racial groups experience and understand racialization processes. Her areas of expertise include racial and ethnic inequality, ideology, youth, education, and sociology of health. Ultimately, her research agenda aims to interrogate how race (and ethnicity) impacts people’s lived experiences, the relationship between racialized experiences and racial ideology, and groups’ understanding of broader racial dynamics. Her most recent publication, "Beyond the Four Frames of Colorblind Ideology: The Impact of Colorblind Ideology on Black Millennial's Racial Views", was published Summer 2022 in “Phylon.”

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