Megan R. Underhill is a qualitative, inequality-oriented, race and family scholar whose research examines what—and perhaps more importantly, how—white parents teach their children about race.
- Ph.D, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio (Sociology)
- M.A. Colorado State University , Fort Collins, Colorado (Anthropology)
- B.S. College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina (Anthropology)
- Class, Power, and Inequality
- Introduction to Sociology
- Social and Cultural Inquiry
- Sociology of Race
- Urban Studies
- (2018) "Diversity is Important to Me: White Parents and Exposure-to-diversity Parenting Practices"
- (2018) "Response to Weddington: More Lessons from Afro-Pessimism"
- (2017) "Parenting During Ferguson: Making Sense of White Parents' Silence."
- (2017) "Critical Race Theory, Afro-pessimism, and Racial Progress Narratives"
- Underhill, Megan R. 2018. “White Parents Teach Their Children to be Colorblind. Here’s Why That’s Bad for Everyone.” The Washington Post, October 5.
Underhill, Megan R. 2018. “The Criminalization of Blackness—And What We Can Do About It.” The Washington Post, July 20.