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Sociology Colloquium, TBD

Posted February 14, 2021

Community food security & food justice Dr. Monica M. White, University of Wisconsin-Madison Dr. Monica M. White is Associate Professor of Environmental Justice at the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a joint appointment in the Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Department of Community and Environmental Sociology. Her research engages communities of color and grassroots […]

Fizza Raza and Dr. Heili Pals

Sociology Colloquium, 2/3/2021

Posted January 28, 2021

Attitudes towards wife beating in Pakistan: Over-time comparative trends by gender Fizza Raza and Dr. Heili Pals, Texas A&M University According to the Global Gender Gap Index 2020, Pakistan ranks 151 out of 153 countries in terms of general equality. According to the Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey (PDHS) 2012-2013, 42% of women believed that […]

Gemini Creason Parker

Sociology Colloquium, 1/27/2021

Posted January 22, 2021

“Especially Heinous” and “Vicious Felonies”: Deconstructing Possible Rape Narratives within Law & Order: SVU: A Pilot Study Gemini Creason-Parker, Texas A&M University In recent years, scholars have started to research the use of the traditional rape narrative, which propagates myths about the crime on screen, and how it affects people’s rape myth acceptance (RMA). However, […]

REU Program

Research Experience for Undergraduates, Summer 2021

Posted November 30, 2020

The Texas A&M Sociology department invites students to apply to the Summer 2021 “Research Institute in Sociology and Social Inequality” REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) site, funded by the National Science Foundation under grant #1757813. This 8-week summer program is an exciting opportunity for up to 10 undergraduates to gain research experience with close guidance […]