Associate Professor of Sociology at Brock University
I am Associate Professor of Sociology at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada (2006 – present). I earned my BA (Hons) and Magisteriate degrees at York University and my Ph.D. at OISE/University of Toronto. I am contributor and editor of Appealing Because He Is Appalling: Black masculinities, colonialism and erotic racism (University of Alberta Press, 2021). With Erica Lawson and Philip S.S. Howard, I am lead editor and contributor to African Canadian Leadership: Continuity, Transition, and Transformation (University of Toronto Press, 2019). Along with Awad Ibrahim, Malinda Smith, and Handel K. Wright, he is co-editor and contributor to Nuances of Blackness in the Canadian Academy: Teaching, learning and researching while Black (University of Toronto Press, 2022).
Kitossa, Tamari (Ed.). 2021. Appealing Because He Is Appalling: Black masculinities, colonialism and erotic racism. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press.
Kitossa, Tamari., Erica Lawson and Philip S. S. Howard (Eds.). 2019. African Canadian Leadership: Continuity, transition and transformation. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Kitossa, Tamari. (2020). Authoritarian criminology and racist statecraft: Rationalizations for racial profiling, carding and legibilizing the herd. Decolonization of Criminology and Justice – Tuwhera 1(2): 5-36.