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Caity Collins NY Times Op-Ed

Caity Collins, graduate of the UT Urban Ethnography Lab, recently published an op-ed in the New York Times:

Caity will be visiting the Lab on March 24-25 to talk about her new book, Making Motherhood Work. https://press.princeton.edu/titles/13324.html

Congrats to Shannon Malone Gonzalez on G&S publication!

The Urban Ethnography Lab congratulates Ethnolab Fellow Shannon Malone Gonazalez for her accepted paper in Gender and Society titled “Making It Home: An Intersectional Analysis of Double Consciousness and Vulnerability in the Police Talk”. Shannon’s paper will appear Online in January 2019, to be published in June 2019.

Congratulations, Shannon!

Congrats to Katie Rogers on ASA Award!

The Urban Ethnography Lab congratulates Graduate Fellow Katie Rogers, who was awarded the 2018 Bruce D. Johnson Graduate Student Paper Award for her paper entitled “Only Real Criminals Rape: Race, Sexuality, and Morality Discourse in the U.S. Legal Cannabis Industry” by the ASA’s section on Alcohol, Drugs, and Tobacco.

Congratulations, Katie!

Congrats to Shannon Malone Gonzalez on ASA Award!

The Urban Ethnography Lab congratulates Graduate Fellow Shannon Malone Gonzalez, who was awarded the 2018 ASA Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award, Section on Race, Gender, and Class, for her paper, “Black Girls and the Talk: Policing, Parenting, and the (Re)Production of Social Class”.

Congratulations, Shannon!

Congrats to Mary Ellen Stitt on the NSF and the ABF Fellowship!

The Urban Ethnography Lab congratulates graduate fellow Mary Ellen Stitt, who was awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant, and the American Bar Foundation / National Science Foundation Doctoral Fellowship in Law and Inequality, for her dissertation project called “Medicalizing Justice: Therapeutic Alternatives in the Criminal Courts.”

Congratulations, Mary Ellen!

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The Urban Ethnography Lab congratulates Caitlyn Collins for winning the American Association of University Women’s national fellowship, a huge honor. This fellowship is to support Caity’s work on how mothers experience different work-family policy regimes. You can read more about the fellowship here.