Andrea Dooley

Liberal Arts and MA Faculty

Andrea Dooley holds a PhD in Cultural Studies with a Designated Emphasis in African and African American Studies from UC Davis. Her work is concerned with place and public mourning and focuses on issues of genocide memory, post-conflict citizenship, and the politics of place. Her work sits at the intersection of critical theory, social justice and human rights studies, and post-conflict identities. Her current project, under review for Roman & Littlefield, is a manuscript titled Implicated Geographies: The Place of Memory and the Museum in the New Rwanda.


  • PhD, Cultural Studies, DE African American Studies, University of California, Davis, 2014
  • MA, Visual/Critical Studies, California College of Arts and Crafts, 2006
  • BAA, Urban Studies, San Francisco State University, 2003