Kaniqua Robinson

  • Visiting Assistant Professor


4154 Posvar Hall

Curriculum Vitae



  • PhD, Applied Anthropology, University of South Florida
  • MA, Anthropology, Georgia State University
  • BA, English, Georgia State University

Dr. Kaniqua Robinson is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Africana Studies. Her research centers on the politics of memory, with emphasis on collective memory-making following acts of injustice. Dr. Robinson also explores the role of religion in these memory-making processes. Her dissertation study, The Performance of Memorialization: Politics of Memory and Memory-Making at the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys, investigates the manner in which religion functions as a form of social control in the production of memory regarding a state reform school in Marianna, Florida. Dr. Robinson is currently working on a book manuscript based on her dissertation research.


Professional Affiliations

National Council for Black Studies

Association of Black Anthropologists

American Anthropological Association



Introduction to Africana Studies

Dimensions of Racism

Cultural Memory


Research Interests

Collective Memory


Religion and Social Control

Black Feminism

American South and Racial Politics

Race and Education