Office: Science Hall East, rm. 5011
Office Hours: Anytime after regular scheduled class, or by email
Position: Adjunct Faculty
Area Specialization: Equity and Access to Education, Food, and Healthcare; African Diaspora in the Caribbean
Ph.D. Columbia University (Applied Anthropology)
M.Phil. Columbia University (Applied Anthropology)
Ed.M Teachers College, Columbia University
M.A. Hunter College, New York (Anthropology)
B.A. City College, New York (Liberal Arts and Sciences)
O.N.C. Brooklands Technical College, UK (Biological Sciences and Mathematics)
NJ Substitute Teachers Credential (All Subjects, K -12)
Baldwin-Jones, Alice (In press). “Charles Preston Warren, Pioneer Forensic Anthropology.” In African American Pioneers in Anthropology : The Second Generation. Harrison, I. & D. Johnson-Simmons, Eds. Chicago: University of Illinois.
Baldwin-Jones, Alice (2011). Jamaican Marronage a Psuedomorph: The Case of the Accompong Maroons. New York: Columbia University Dissertation.
Baldwin-Jones, Alice (2004). “Participant Observation of a Meal.” Food, Culture, and Society 7(1): 111-114. New York: Association for the Study of Food and Society.
Baldwin-Jones, Alice (2000). “Cultural Traditions and National Identity in Belize.” Proceedings of the 1st Work in Progress Conference of CUNY’s Institute for Research on the African Diaspora in the Americas and the Caribbean, November 5-6, 1998. New York: Baruch College.
Lay, Nancy Duke, Alice Baldwin-Jones and Tamra Plotnick (1998). Conveying the Positive Message of Diversity in Communication. The City College of New York and Ford Foundation Campus Diversity Initiative, February 1998.
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