All Experts

All Experts

Margaret Hagerman

Field: Sociology, African American Studies, Gender Studies

Topics: racial socialization and racial learning, sociology of race and racism, privilege and inequality, children and youth, families, qualitative methods

Bio / Description:

Dr. Margaret Hagerman is the author of the award-winning book, White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America (NYU Press 2018), and she is a nationally recognized expert on white racial socialization processes. She is available for comments and analysis on how children and youth learn about racism, racial inequality, and racial privilege in their everyday lives.

Kimberly Kelly

Field: Sociology, Gender Studies

Topics: reproductive politics , social movements, white Christian nationalism, qualitative methods

Bio / Description:

Kimberly Kelly is Professor of Sociology and Director of Gender Studies at Mississippi State University. She studies the intersections of religion and reproductive politics, focusing upon abortion activism in the United States. Her previous work addressed the crisis pregnancy center movement, ‘post abortion syndrome,’ and the diffusion of religious ideology into public policy and appears in…

Molly Zuckerman

Field: Biological Anthropology

Topics: anthropology , biological anthropology, health, pathology , gender , sex, paleopathology , paleoepidemiology , biocultural anthropology, infectious disease

Bio / Description:

Dr. Molly Zuckerman is a professor in the Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures. She explores the biosocial determinants of health inequalities and disease experiences of past populations within social bioarchaeology, focusing on considerations of social identity. Recently, her research interests have extended to pandemic infectious disease, relative to social inequality. Dr.…