Named One of the Best by BookAuthority, a Book on Complexity

Towards an Complexity-Based Analysis of Slavery and Reparations
SAN DIEGO - July 1, 2023 - PRLog -- D. Emily Hicks' book An Introduction to Complexity Pedagogy was named one of the best new Complexity Theory books by BookAuthority! This book is based on research with B.T. Werner (Scripps/UC San Diego). The  book is #3 out of 8 other books on complexity.

An Introduction to Complexity Pedagogy has also been nominated for an AESA (Association of Educational Services Association) award (2023).

Using the same approach found in An Introduction to Complexity Pedagogy, based on complexity science, Hicks, a board member of Black Pearls of Genealogy, is now completing a book, Parables, for Lived Place Press (2024). David Anthony Taylor is the CEO of the non-profit organization Black Pearls of Genealogy. Parables includes a chapter on the African American sci fi author Octavia Butler. Hicks' research for the new book took her to a conference this year on slavery and reparations in Oakland, California, sponsored by Coming to the Table. The conference was held from June 15-18, 2023, during Juneteenth, and was attended by Tania Davis, the sister of Angela Davis. Attendees from around the United States included descendants of enslaved persons as well as slave-owners. Tom DeWolf was a speaker. Coming to the Table is a program of RJOY (Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth).

D. Emily Hicks, Professor Emeritus
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