Ifetayo Flannery

Ifetayo Flannery

Assistant Professor

Phone: 
415-338-1828

Email: ifeflann@sfsu.edu

Office Information: 
Building: 
Ethnic Studies and Psychology
Room Number: 
402 By Appointment Only
Biography: 
 
Ifetayo M. Flannery is an assistant professor in the Department of Africana Studies at San Francisco State University. She earned her Ph.D from Temple University in Africology and African American Studies and was the 2016 recipient of the Molefi Kete Asante Founders Award. In 2018, Dr. Flannery was awarded the W.E.B DuBois Research Fellowship from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She serves on the Executive Board for the DISA (Diopian Institute for Scholarly Advancement) International Conference and as the Vice President of the Bay Area Chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi).
 
Her publications can be found in a variety of journals and texts including the Berkeley Journal of African-American Law and Policy, Journal of Supportive Cancer Care, and Qualitative Methods in Africana Studies. She most recently published a book titled, An Introduction to Black Psychology. Dr. Flannery’s research locates and examines African cultural patterns in the collective consciousness of African diasporic groups with particular focus on their political orientation, cultural memory, and spiritual beliefs. 
 
Research Areas: Black Psychology, Africana Studies/ Afrocentric Methodology, African Diaspora
 
Courses offered:
AFRS 101: Introduction to Africana Studies
AFRS 200: Introduction to Black Psychology
AFRS 111: Black Cultures & Personalities 
ETHS 720: Research Methods in Ethnic Studies