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Tryce Prince

Graduate Student



Building & Room:

4005 BSB

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Curriculum Vitae


Previous Degrees:

B.S. Sociology, Abilene Christian University

Specialty Areas:

Race, Religion, American Christianity, Social Movements, & Policing.

Research Interests:

Tryce Prince is primarily interested in the intersection of race and religion within American Christianity. Currently, his interest is in researching the experiences of Black Christians in predominantly White Evangelical Churches. Formerly, Tryce was the Executive Coordinator of the Carl Spain Center on Race Studies & Spiritual Action at Abilene Christian University and now serves as a research consultant. Tryce’s hope is that his current work and research will aid Black Christians as they navigate predominantly White spaces and assist the collective body of Christ in taking its place at the forefront of the pursuit of racial unity and justice in the world today. Follow him on Twitter @TrycePrince
Selected Publications:
Black in a White Man Territory: Article Series for The Front Porch on the Black experience in predominantly White evangelical churches in America. (No-Referred)