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The Oppression & Resistance Research Lab

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Directed by professors Emily Kalah Gade (Emory University) and Sarah Dreier (University of New Mexico), the Oppression & Resistance Research (O/R) Lab at Emory University conducts public-facing, grant-funded basic research focused on the interplay of systems of oppression and resistance. O/R Lab studies issues relevant to the political moment, ranging from state choices to enact internment policies against their own citizens to state use of WMEs on rebel behavior. View O/R Lab’s latest research projects here.

 

The Politics of Policing Lab

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The Politics of Policing Lab (PoPL) at Emory University brings faculty, postdoctoral scholars, and graduate and undergraduate students together to cultivate, produce, and support research about contemporary policing. Co-directed by professors Tom Clark, Adam Glynn, and Michael Leo Owens, PoPL partners with researchers, foundations, public safety agencies, and civil society organizations. The lab researches a wide range of key policy-relevant topics from police militarization to racial bias in policing to the consequences of police violence for civic participation. View PoPL’s latest research projects here.