Alexandria Patrice Barabin
Graduated: 2010, Masters in Pan African Studies
Thesis title: Postcoloniality and subjectivity among black artist in canada.
Recipient: Cerificate of University Teaching, Future Professoriate Program and
Currently working in California: California State University - Northridge / Pan African Studies Department
Graduate Student InformationAlexandria Patrice Barabin, a native of Los Angeles, CA, who attended historic Crenshaw High School. Subsequently, she graduated from California State University, Northridge where she received her B.A. in Pan African Studies with an emphasis on Art and Literature. Additionally, she served as the Pan African Studies Writing Laboratory Instructor and the editor of the Hip Hop Think Tank, a student-led academic publication dedicated to deconstructing the sociological issues impacting Black youth culture. Alexandria will continue to explore the sociological and cultural nuances of the African Diaspora, including the examination of social and art movements' impact on higher education. After completing her PhD, Alexandria plans to become a full-time educator and writer as she continues to support social justice activism amongst young people of the Diaspora.