Dylan White, Associate Editor
I acquire work across the humanities and social sciences, and seek to support authors who aim to impact not just the scholarly community, but also a wider public. I’m especially interested in social science, cultural studies, and critical race scholarship that builds on and complements UNC Press’s established strengths in the history of justice, power, and politics, that is rooted in ethnographic and social studies methods, and that engages critically in debates around racial capitalism, colonialism, the prison industrial complex, social movements, gender, sexuality, migration, and environmental justice.
In addition to my own projects, I collaborate with Lucas Church on his scholarly and general interest books.
I graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in English. Before joining UNC Press in 2017, I was a managing editor at J&J Editorial.