My goal in my research is to understand something I did not understand prior to the conducting the work. I am a constant seeker of knowledge; I simply enjoy reading and thinking and writing (with a little television and karaoke thrown in the mix.) I do, however, want others to be able to use my research. I want to help answer questions that not only intrigue me but also intrigue others. I bring a sociological lens and theoretical perspectives to understanding pressing legal problems.
LaToya Baldwin Clark, Beyond Bias: Cultural Capital in Anti-Discrimination Law (forthcoming, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review)
LaToya Baldwin Clark, Book Review of Schooling Girls, Queuing Women: Multiple Standpoints and Ongoing Inequalities by Helen A. Moore, 86 Sociological Inquiry 127-131 (2015).
LaToya Baldwin Clark, “The Problem with Participation,” 9 Modern American 20-39 (2013).
Prudence Carter and LaToya Baldwin Clark, Social Reproduction, in Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education (James A. Banks, ed., 2012).