Visiting Scholar in Race and Ethnicity assistant professor of English at Fordham University[email protected]
Scott Poulson-Bryant is an assistant professor of English at Fordham University. His academic work has appeared in American Studies, The Journal of Popular Music Studies, and Palimpsest. One of the founding editors of VIBE magazine (and the editor who gave the magazine its name), Poulson-Bryant has published journalism, profiles, reviews, and essays in such publications as Rolling Stone, the Village Voice, SPIN, the New York Times, Essence, Ebony, and The Source. He is the author of HUNG: A Meditation on the Measure of Black Men in America (Doubleday Books, 2006) and The VIPs, a novel published by Broadway Books/Random House in 2011. He is currently working on his monograph Brand New Day: Race, Ethnicity and the Making of U.S. Popular Culture in the 1970s.