Department of Sociology

Current Research

Recent papers work-shopped at Fem(me) Sem and presented at the American Sociological Association annual meeting, Seattle, August 2016

Anima Adjepong, “‘All Lives Matter?’: On the Racial Politics of Black African Immigrants to the United States.”

Anna Banchik, “‘The Passage of Task’: Household Labor, Business Inheritance, and Women's Self-Employment in Zacatecas, Mexico.”

Shantel Buggs, “Dating in the Time of #BlackLivesMatter: Mixed-Race Women's Discourses of Race and Racism.”

Beth Cozzolino, “Deadbeat Dads or Debtor's Prison? Jailing for Child Support Nonpayment.”

Kathy Hill, “Sweet and Sour: Social Networks and Inequality in a Chinese Restaurant.”

Emily Paine, “Sexing the Midlife: Women's Experiences across Same-sex and Different-sex Couples.”

Samantha Simon, “Behind the Sony Scandal: Organized Sexism in Hollywood Talent Agencies.”

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