Regina Bernard-Carreno

Associate Professor, Youth Studies

Regina Bernard-Carreno

Dr. Regina A. Bernard-Carreno was born and raised in Hell’s Kitchen, NYC. She is a graduating pioneer of the MA in African American Studies at Columbia University and also holds several other graduate degrees, including a PhD from CUNY’s Graduate and University Center. Dr. Bernard-Carreno's research focuses on race, class, food inequalities, narratives of women of color's wellness, and engaged activism among NYC's youth. She is the author of three books on education, young women of color and feminism, and Black Studies. She has also published articles in the Journal of Pan African Studies, Small Farms Quarterly, Breathe Magazine UK, Outdoor Magazine, and Inside Higher Education, among other publications. Currently, Dr. Bernard-Carreno is at work on a new scholarly project about girlhood as well as several creative projects.

Recent News

A Teacher Said I Couldn't Be a Naturalist. Now I'm Paving the Way For My Daughter.

November 03, 2021

National Audubon Society

Dr. Regina A. Bernard-Carreno, an associate professor in the CUNY SPS Youth Studies program, published an essay on the National Audubon Society website exploring the racial politics of birding.