Roseline Armange is a clinical and health psychologist and researcher. Her scholarship sits at the intersection of politics, race, gender, literature, philosophy, and psychology. Roseline integrates critical perspectives on culture, blackness, ADOS, and decoloniality into theoretical and empirical research on moral cognition, social psychology, and political psychology. Her current book project, Slavery Reparations in the Americas: An Argument for Racial Terminology, argues for creating a legal culture that integrates the term 'African-descent' as an operating term to challenge Western policymaking on reparations justice. Beyond academia, Roseline is passionate about creative writing, fashion, and soul and jazz music.
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