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Stephanie Savell

Sociology Colloquium, 1/25/2022

Posted January 21, 2022

Racial Dimensions of US Post-9/11: Counterterrosism and the Conflict in Burkina Faso Dr. Stephanie Savell, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University As part of its post-9/11 military operations, the United States provides counterterrorism “training and assistance” to dozens of countries, many of them in Africa. Through the case of Burkina Faso, Dr. […]

Dr. Louise Roth

Sociology Colloquium, 11/17/2021

Posted November 12, 2021

The Business of Birth: Reproductive Regimes and Maternity Care in the United States Dr. Louise Marie Roth, The University of Arizona In The Business of Birth, Louise Marie Roth explores the process of giving birth, and the ways in which medicine and law interact to shape maternity care. Focusing on the United States, Roth explores […]

Dr. Allegra Midgette

Sociology Colloquium, 11/3/2021

Posted October 27, 2021

“Did you see that too?” Unpacking the Role of Reasoning about & Exposure to Microaggressions Dr. Allegra J. Midgette, Texas A&M University Prior scholarship has found that U.S. college students of racial and ethnic minoritized backgrounds experience frequent subtle behaviors that communicate negative messages towards their group or themselves as individuals (Nadal et al., 2015; […]