Candace Jordan

Candace Jordan is a doctoral candidate at Princeton University in the Religion, Ethics, Politics subfield of the Department of Religion. Her research lies at the intersection of race and religion with interests including epistemic injustice and the value of anger as interruption of racial injustice in civic life. She currently holds the Princeton University President’s Fellowship, the Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship, and is a past recipient of a grant from Princeton University’s Center for Human Values.


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