Latoya M. Teague

Postdoctoral Fellow in International and Public Affairs, Postdoctoral Research Associate in Simmons Center
Areas of Expertise Children & Families, Education, Gender, Human Rights, Race, Identity & Ethnicity


Latoya M. Teague is a critical Black literacy scholar. Her research contextualizes literature by and about Black people against moments in history that impact Black lives. She approaches her research as a former K-12 educator and a high school librarian whose focused area of interest includes Black storytelling, archival recovery, and foregrounding resistance to understand pursuits of Black liberation. She is currently working on a book manuscript on Black women storytelling and resistance practices.