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Submissions from 2021

Managing Difficult Conversations Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Recognizing Bias Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

FIKA With Fellows, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Managing Difficult Conversations Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Managing Difficult Conversations Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Drag as a Resource, Baker A. Rogers

Drag as a Resource, Baker A. Rogers

Drag Kinging, Baker A. Rogers

Hit Like a Girl: A Transparent Conversation about the Mississippi Fairness Act, Baker A. Rogers

Trans Men in the South, Baker A. Rogers

Navigating Cisnormativity in the Academy as a Trans Scholar, J. Erica Sumerau, Naomi Simmons-Thorne, Blu Buchanan, Baker A. Rogers, and Austin Johnson

Collaborative Conservation of Coastal Resources: Commercial Fishers in Georgia, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes

Fishing Traditions and Fishing Futures, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes

Perspectives on Changing Climates in Georgia’s Fishing Communities, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Tracy Yandle

Social Census of Georgia’s Working Waterfronts, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Tracy Yandle, Bryan Fluech, and Gina Shamshak

USVI Fishing Community Resilience, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Tracy Yandle, and Cynthia Grace-McCaskey

USVI Fishing Community Resilience: Informing a Research Agenda, Tracy Yandle, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, and Cynthia Grace-McCaskey

Submissions from 2020

Managing Difficult Conversations Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Recognizing Bias Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Recognizing Bias Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Lisa Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Alexandra J. Reyes, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare Walsh

Conditionally Accepted Book Discussion, Baker A. Rogers

Drag as a Resource, Baker A. Rogers

Drag Kinging in the South, Baker A. Rogers

Publish Me: Advancing Trans, Nonbinary, and Intersex Scholarship, Baker A. Rogers

Southern LGBT Experience Panel, Baker A. Rogers

Living at the Intersection of Family and Immigration Law, April M. Schueths and Danshanique Adkins

Obstacles and Opportunities in Seafood Direct Marketing: A Georgia Case Study, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Gina Louise Shamshak

Anthropological Perspectives on Diet and Food, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Matthew Williamson

Perspectives on Climate Change in Georgia’s Fishing Communities, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Tracy Yandle

Submissions from 2019

The Role of Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant in Collaborating with Researchers and Students on Oral History Projects, Bryan Fluech and Jennifer Sweeney Tookes

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CrossFit as a Pathway to the Future Self: Using Hope and Strength to Guide Girls' Self-Determination, Nancy L. Malcom, Christina Gipson, Amy S. Rundio, Sarah Olin, and Tamerah Hunt

Unifying Yet Dividing: Exploring the Pussy Hat’s Meanings Among Women’s March Participants, Addie Martindale, Nancy L. Malcom, V. Ann Paulins, Julie L. Hillery, and Alexandra Howell

Drag as a Resource, Baker A. Rogers

National Coming Out Day – Conditionally Accepted: The Influence of Coming Out to Mississippi Christians on Lesbian and Gay Equality, Baker A. Rogers

Professional Social Scientists, Baker A. Rogers

Trans Summit, Baker A. Rogers

What’s the Q?, Baker A. Rogers

Publishing in Gender and Sexualities Journals, Baker A. Rogers, Jennifer Beggs Weber, Katie Acosta, and Dawn Baunach

The American Dream Down South, April M. Schueths, Ted Brimeyer, Megan Phillips, Jamekia Collins, Raisa Gallegos, Nayjha Harris, Michelle Hester, and Summer Stewart

Fishing Traditions and Fishing Futures: Commercial Fishing in Georgia, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Bryan Fluech

On the Water and Beneath the Waves: Stories of Coastal Georgia, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Kurt Knoerl

A Longitudinal Analysis of Commercial Fishing Infrastructure, Tracy Yandle, Gina Louise Shamshak, and Jennifer Sweeney Tookes

Submissions from 2018

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Promises of The American Dream and the Realities of Race: Black College Students Views of Social Mobility in the Age of Trump, Ted Brimeyer, Baker Rogers, Clare F. Walsh, and April M. Schueths

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"I Don't See Color" vs. "I Don't Care": Why Race and Ethnicity Courses Are a Necessity, Alicia Brunson

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Identifying and Overcoming the Challenges of Professional and Family Collaborations in Caregiving, Adrienne L. Cohen

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Identifying and Overcoming the Challenges of Professional and Family Collaborations in Caregiving, Adrienne L. Cohen

Diversity & Inclusion in the Classroom: What’s the D.I.F.F.?, Lisa A. Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Stacy Smallwood, and Clare F. Walsh

Diversity & Inclusion in the Classroom: What’s the D.I.F.F.?, Lisa A. Costello, Nikki DiGregorio, Stacy W. Smallwood, and Clare F. Walsh

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Defining and Treating Male Sexual Dysfunction in Traditional and Alternative Medicine Contexts in Salta Province (Argentina) and Georgia (U.S.A.), Timothy Eller and Virginia Estabrook

Not Our First Rodeo: Sampling Biases and Re-Evaluating the Frequency of Neandertal Injury, Virginia Estabrook

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Skin color, emojis and the reification of racist paradigms: The misuse of the Fitzpatrick Scale, Virginia Estabrook

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Critical Factors Identified to Manage and Maintain Diverse Partnerships for CrossFit Programs Serving Underserved Youth: Promoting Health and Physical Activity, Christina Gipson, Natalie Campbell, and Nancy L. Malcom

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She's not my ideal: Mixed messages about CrossFit women, Christina Gipson, Nancy L. Malcom, Caitlyn Hauff, and Hannah Bennett

Indiana Jones and “Bones:” Exploring Perceptions of Anthropology and Selection of Majors at a Southern University, Barbara A. Hendry

Bridging the Gap, Nancy L. Malcom

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The Looking Glass Athlete: Female CrossFitters Reflect on Self, Nancy L. Malcom, Christina Gipson, Hannah Bennett, and Caitlyn Hauff

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The 2017 National Women's March and the Pink Pussyhat: Symbol of Solidarity?, Nancy L. Malcom, V. Ann Paulins, Julie L. Hillery, and Alexandra Howell

Grey Ghosts: Searching for Confederates at Camp Lawton, Ryan K. McNutt

Grey Ghosts: Searching for Confederates at Camp Lawton, Ryan K. McNutt

Panopticonism, Pines and POWS: Applying Conflict Landscape Tools to The Archaeology of Internment, Ryan K. McNutt

Panopticonism, Pines and POWS: Foucault’s Theories and The Archaeology of Internment, Ryan K. McNutt

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How Do the Women of Crossfit Use Social Media? An Exploratory Study to Examine Influences and Impacts, Rebekah Mitchell, Christina Gipson, Hannah Bennett, Caitlyn Hauff, and Nancy L. Malcom

Social Location, Ideology, and Undergraduate Explanations of Social Inequality, Nathan S. Palmer

Succeeding Through Struggle, Nathan S. Palmer

Teaching with Technology, Nathan S. Palmer

The Development of Students’ Sociological Imaginations in the Journal Teaching Sociology, Nathan S. Palmer

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Same Time, Next Year: Evolution of the Pussyhat’s Symbolism, V. Ann Paulins, Julie L. Hillery, Alexandra Howell, Nancy L. Malcom, and Addie Martindale

Power, Consensus, and Popular Hegemony in Cuba, Ned Rinalducci and Humberto Miranda

‘Despite Everything I Said’: The Contradictions of ‘Passing’ in the South, Baker Rogers

Drag in Transition: How Trans & Non-Binary Individuals Use Drag Kinging as a Resource in the South, Baker Rogers

Gender Panel, Baker Rogers

Intersectionality, Advocacy, and Activism, Baker Rogers

Lavender Graduation Panel, Baker Rogers

Lavender Vitaes and Navigating the Job Market, Baker Rogers

Masculinities, Baker Rogers

‘Dude, You’re a Slut’: An Exploratory Analysis of Sexual Harassment Among Transmen Before and After Transition, Baker Rogers and Sarah A. Rogers

Immigration Representation: The Unmet Needs of Mixed-Status Couples, April M. Schueths

Unpacking Privilege Workshop, Peggy Shannon-Baker, Lisa Costello, and Stacy Smallwood

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The Feasibility of a Lionfish Meat Market In The U.S. Virgin Islands: Consumer Preferences, Skyler Simnett, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Sherry Larkin, and Tracy Yandle

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The Feasibility of a Lionfish Meat Market in the U.S. Virgin Islands: Consumer Willingness to Pay, Skyler Simnitt, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Sherry Larking, Paulita Bennett-Martin, Holden Harris, Natalie Mioulis, Katherine Groenevelt, Muray Rudd, Michael Page, Jason Boss, and Tracy Yandle

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Work, Family Life, and Ministry among Permanent Catholic Deacons: Some Preliminary Thoughts, William L. Smith

Favored Places and Focal Networks in the Early Archaic Social Landscape, Kara Bridgman Sweeney

Sustainability and Tradition in Anindo Village, Okinawa, Japan, Kara Bridgman Sweeney, Alexander Y. Sweeney, Naoki Higa, Takumi Kishimoto, and Naho Ishiki

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No One Asks the Fishermen, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Sherry Larkin, and Tracy Yandle

Diversity and Inclusion in the Classroom: What’s the Difference?, Clare F. Walsh

Gender 101, Clare F. Walsh

Racial Theory, Analysis, and Politics in TrumpAmerica, Clare F. Walsh

Stereotypes: Hard to Live With Them; Hard to Live Without Them, Clare F. Walsh

Lionfish in the USVI, Tracy Yandle, Sherry Larkin, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, and Michael Page

Developing Skills of Debunking Disinformation through Writing in Social Science and Humanity Classes, Pidi Zhang

Service-learning in Higher Education, Aging- Focused Courses: a Model for Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Research, Jennifer Zorotovich, R. Ryan, and Adrienne Cohen