Colloquium: Mignon Moore

Friday, February 10, 2023

3:00 pm

6112: Sociology Student Lounge

Open to the Public

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Mignon R. Moore is the Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Sociology, and Special Advisor to the President of Barnard College. She has research and teaching interests in the sociology of family, qualitative methods, and the intersections of race, gender, sexuality, and aging. Although her work spans various age cohorts, socioeconomic categories, social environments, and methodological frameworks, it is united in its purpose to challenge those assumptions and paradigms drawn from the experiences of dominant racial and socioeconomic groups that cannot explain processes and outcomes for people who occupy alternative structural positions in society. She analyses race, gender, class, and sexuality not just as identity statuses but as structural locations that influence individual life chances and the ways individuals experience their social worlds.

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