I am currently directing a large qualitative research project interviewing religiously-identified women (primarily Christian, Jewish, and Muslim) who had abortions to document how they understand their abortion and their reproductive story in light of their faith. I also have an ongoing research agenda related to economic ethics, critiques of capitalism/neoliberalism, and the ethics of a solidarity economics and other community-centered forms of economic activity.
Research support for the Religious Women and Abortion project includes reviewing interview transcripts, administrative support for the project (scheduling interviews, etc.), and assistance/support in coding).
Currently looking for a student to apply and work in these programs
- Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)
- Lumen Prize Application
I can mentor a student enrolled in 498/4998/499/4999 hours during these semesters
- Spring 2022
Feminist theory; intersectionality; qualitative research
Interested? Please email me to set up a meeting.