Moak is also a faculty affiliate of the Center for Law, Justice & Culture.
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Moak focuses on race and politics, with an emphasis on recognizing voices atypical to the discourse surrounding race.
"Case Study of the School-to-Prison Pipeline in Kern County, California," $3,000 grant from The California Endowment for a project with Dr. Sarah Cate from the University of Southern Mississippi.
“The Political Development of Schools as Cause and Solution to Delinquency,” The Journal of Policy History (forthcoming); with Sarah D. Cate.
“Thurgood Marshall: The Legacy and Limits of Equality Under the Law,” in African American Political Thought: A Collected History (2021); edited by Melvin Rogers and Jack Turner.
“Who’ll Stop the Rain? Repeated Disasters and Attitudes Toward Government,” Social Science Quarterly (2019); with Joshua Darr and Sarah Cate.