Gendered Structural Racism (Whitney Pirtle)

December 20, 2021 01:17:57
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Annex Sociology Podcast
Gendered Structural Racism (Whitney Pirtle)
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In today’s Annex, we meet Whitney Pirtle (University of California, Merced) to discuss gendered racism (in general and during COVID) in academia and beyond, racial formation in South Africa, and more. Dr Pirtle directs the Center for Health and Equity Lab, and has authored a range of research on the sociology of gender and race. She recently co-edited Black Feminist Sociology: Perspectives and Praxis with Routledge.

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