Sonia A. Sánchez

PhD Candidate in Critical Social Psychology and Advising Fellow supporting the Liberal Studies MA program and students at the Graduate Center, CUNY.

My research broadly interrogates how systems and structures of oppression have impacted relationships between differently dispossessed communities and how these same communities have and continue to challenge those divisive structures, develop and sustain solidarities, and continue to dream up wildly different futures.

Academic Interests

research ethics, critical Indigenous studies, critical ethnic studies, critical migration studies, American Studies, critical psychology, intersectional feminism, queer of color theories, solidarity, collective liberation, disability justice, migrant justice, prison abolition, Indigenous struggles, Black liberation, oral history, participatory methods, community archives.


PhD Candidate, Critical Social Psychology, CUNY Graduate Center
Advising Fellow, Liberal Studies MA, CUNY Graduate Center