Sarah Hoiland

Assistant Professor of Sociology

My research is on the erasure of female motorcyclists in the U.S. 20th century and ethnographic inquiry into contemporary women's motorcycle clubs. I teach sociology, anthropology, and the liberal arts capstone "Bronx Beautiful" and integrate OERs, service learning and civic engagement, and QR/QL.

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Contact
shoiland@hostos.cuny.edu
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Academic Interests

feminist ethnographic methodology, subcultures, and gendered deviance

Education

The New School for Social Research (MA, Ph.D. in sociology)

Gonzaga University (BA, sociology and criminal justice)

Publications

Hoiland, Sarah. (2017). “‘Impromptu fiesta’ or ‘havoc in Hollister’: A seventy-year retrospective.” International Journal of Motorcycle Studieshttps://motorcyclestudies.org/volume-14-2018/impromptu-fiesta-or-havoc-in-hollister-a-seventy-year-retrospective-sarah-l-hoiland/
Wolfe, Kate S. and Sarah Hoiland. (2017). “Measuring numeracy in a community college context:  Assessing the reliability of the Subjective Numeracy Scale.” Numeracy 10, Iss. 2.: Article 6. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5038/1936-4660.10.2.6  
Wolfe, Kate S., Hoiland, Sarah, L., Lyons, Catherine, Guevara, Carlos, Burrell, Kristopher,  DiSanto Jacqueline, Figueroa, Sandy, Davis, Aaron, Poma, Iber, Rodriguez, Wilfredo, and Ridley, Linda. (2016). “Hostos Online Learning Assessment (HOLA):  A survey of student perceptions.” Hispanic Educational Technology Services Online Journal, 6(2). http://hets.org/ejournal/2016/04/28/hostos-online-learning-assessment-a-survey-of- student-perceptions/  

Funding

Mellon/ ACLS Community College Faculty Fellowship. 2019-2020. $40,000

“The Eugenio María de Hostos Drama in Education (DiE) Institute: Using Theater to Enhance Teaching.” Bridging Theory to Practice. 2019-2020. $6,000.

“Collaborative Research:  Numeracy Infusion for College Educators (NICE).” National Science Foundation. 2016-2019. #1644948. $103,020.

“Collaborative Community Arts for Dialogue, Reflection, and Energy (CADRE) in the Bronx.” Bridging Theory to Practice. 2017-2018. $30,000. 

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