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Department ofPolitical Science

Sherice Nelson

Sherice Nelson
Sherice Janaye Nelson

Adjunct Lecturer

Education: Ph.D. Howard University, 2015; M.P.A University of District of Columbia, 2010; B.A. Stillman College, 2008

Sherice Janaye Nelson is a Black Diaspora scholar who focuses on the political, social, and economic effects of chattel slavery in the American democracy. She is a proud alumna of Howard University where she received a Doctorate of Philosophy in Political Science specializing in International Relations, Black Politics, and American Government. She has most recently taught Globalization and Minority Populations, Political Representation, and Justice and Community Leadership. She earned a Master of Public Administration at the University of the District of Columbia and graduated magna cum laude with a dual degree in History and English from Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. 

 

Publications

Nelson, Sherice J. (January, 2019) "Leadership and Decision Making: A Use of Multidisciplinary Theory." SAGE Research Methods Cases Politics & International Relations. 


Nelson, Sherice J. (2015) "The United States Budding Relationship with Iran and its Effects on the Crisis in Yemen: A Case of Transactional Leadership, A Call for Transformation." Journal of the International Relations and Affairs Group. Volume V, Issue I, pp. 139-156. 

 

Curriculum vitae
Curriculum vitae