Imani Perry (born 1972 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States) is an American interdisciplinary scholar of race and African American culture. She is currently the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University.

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  • Imani Perry (born 1972 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States) is an American interdisciplinary scholar of race and African American culture. She is currently the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. Perry is the author of two books and has published numerous articles on law, cultural studies, and African American studies. She also wrote the notes and introduction to the Barnes and Nobles Classics edition of the Narrative of Sojourner Truth. Her work is largely influenced by the Birmingham and Frankfurt Schools, Critical Legal Studies, Critical Race Theory, and African American literary criticism. (en)
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  • Imani Perry (born 1972 in Birmingham, Alabama, United States) is an American interdisciplinary scholar of race and African American culture. She is currently the Hughes-Rogers Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University. (en)
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  • Imani Perry (en)
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