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Mindy Stombler, Ph.D., is a senior lecturer of sociology at Georgia State University. Her research interests include the construction of collective identity in fraternity culture, focusing on black and white fraternity little sister programs and gay fraternities. Her research on gay fraternities examines how men negotiate the dual identities of being gay and being Greek and how men in gay fraternities reproduce hegemonic masculinity. Her latest research project examines power relations and oral sex.
Dawn M. Baunach, Ph.D., is an associate professor of sociology at Georgia State University. Her research interests include inequality and stratification, gender and sexuality, work and occupations, and social demography. She is currently studying various sexual attitudes and behaviors, including gay marriage, sexual fluidities, sexual prejudice, and sexual disclosure.
Elisabeth O. Burgess, Ph.D., is Director of the Gerontology Institute and an associate professor of sociology at Georgia State University. Her research interests focus on changes in intimate relations over the life course, including involuntary celibacy, sexuality and aging, and intergenerational relationships. In addition, Dr. Burgess writes on theories of aging and attitudes toward older adults.
Denise Donnelly, Ph.D., is an associate professor of sociology and Senior Faculty Associate for the Advancement of Women at Georgia State University. Her research interests include involuntary celibacy, services to battered women, culturally competent approaches to ending violence, peace in Northern Ireland, and race and gentrification.
Wendy Simonds, Ph.D., is a professor of sociology at Georgia State University. She is author of Abortion at Work: Ideology and Practice in a Feminist Clinic (Rutgers, 1996), Women and Self-Help Culture: Reading between the Lines (Rutgers, 1992), coauthor with Barbara Katz Rothman of Centuries of Solace: Expressions of Maternal Grief in Popular Literature (Temple, 1992), and coauthor with Barbara Katz Rothman and Bari Meltzer Norman of Laboring On: Birth in Transition in the U.S. (Routledge, 2007). She is currently working on a project entitled Queers on Marriage.
Elroi J. Windsor, M.A., is a doctoral candidate in the department of sociology at Georgia State University. Windsor's current research focuses on surgical body modification and the disparate regulation of its transgender and cisgender consumers.
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