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Sociology Days’ Speaker Series (Tomorrow!): Shantel Gabrieal Buggs, PhD

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    Hello All,

    Please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, December 7, at noon, for the final Sociology Days’ Lecture Series guest of the semester, Florida State University Assistant Professor of Sociology and African-American Studies Shantel Gabrieal Buggs, PhD, hosted by Hunter Sociology’s Professor CalvinJohn Smiley.

    Dr. Buggs research interests center on racism, digital life and culture, and intersectional assessments of institutional and intimate/romantic relationships. She is co-editor of Unsafe Words: Queering Consent in the #MeToo Era (forthcoming from Rutgers University Press in February 2023).

    At Sociology Days, Dr. Buggs will discuss “Love, Sex, and Double BIs: Race and Gender in Queer Multiracial Women’s Online Dating Experiences.” The research focused on so-called “double bis” — biracial bisexuals — has primarily focused on identity development and finding community rather than romance concerns. This presentation explores and assesses how self-identified multiracial and multiethnic cisgender queer women perceive others’ understandings of their race and sexuality and how these perceptions shape their dating experiences.

    Sociology Days is a hybrid event, and you can join us in person in the Sociology Department conference room (Hunter West, 16th Floor) or via zoom:

    Please see the attached flyer for more details, and spread the word!


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