Research

My research focuses on the reproduction and transformation of systems of social inequality in the United States. I am interested in gender, sexuality, social class, race, and other dimensions of inequality, and the ways in which they intersect. I approach these questions as a cultural and organizational sociologist. Substantively, most of my work has focused on sexuality and/or higher education.

The tabs below describe both active and completed research projects. I encourage prospective graduate students to focus more on my ongoing research as you consider the ways in which your interests intersect with mine.


University Responses to Sexual Violence

Intersectionality, Femininities, and Sexual Violence

Initiative on Gender Based Violence and Sexual Harassment

Intimate Inequalities: Gender Inequality in Sexuality Over the Lifecourse

Higher Education and Social Inequality

LGBTQ Movements in the United States