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- Ph.D. Philanthropic Studies, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
- Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management, IUPUI School of Public and Environmental Affairs
- M.A. English, Butler University
- B.A. Psychology, Taylor University
Kim Williams-Pulfer recently completed her dissertation project entitled, “Get Involved: Stories of The Postcolonial Black Middle Class and The Development of Civil Society.” Methodologically, the project employs narrative analysis to uncover the perspectives, voices, and practices of black middle-class Bahamian civil society offering an unfolding, dynamic, and nuanced approach for understanding the historical legacies and contemporary structure of local and regional civil society.
- PHST-201 Introduction to Philanthropic Studies
- PHST-105 Giving and Volunteering in America
- “When Bain Town Woman Catch a Fire, Even the Devil Run: The Bahamian Suffrage Movement as National and Cultural Development. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. (2016)
- Social change in the Caribbean and African Diaspora
- Artistic Engagement and Civil Society in the Global South
- Immigrant Incorporation and Transnational Civil Society
- Interdisciplinary Research Methods