Explores the powerful role of an after-school girls’ choir in the lives of urban youth.
Erika M. Kitzmiller is a historian of race, social inequality, and education who brings a deep understanding of social science methods, urban politics, and government policy to her research and teaching. She earned both a joint PhD in history and education and an MPA from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in history and Italian from Wellesley College. She is currently a Caperton Fellow at Harvard University’s W.E.B. Du Bois Institute.