Professor of Sociology | Canada Research Chair in Urban Sexualities
Co-Editor, Contexts Magazine
University of British Columbia in Vancouver
I am a Professor of Sociology, Canada Research Chair in Urban Sexualities, and co-editor of Contexts magazine, the public-facing publication of the American Sociological Association.
I earned my PhD from Northwestern, and before joining the faculty at UBC Sociology, I was a member of the Princeton Society of Fellows.
Over the course of my career, I have used my research and teaching to elevate the status of sexuality as a centrepoint for intellectual thought and debate.
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I regularly provide commentary about my research to the media. Please email me for a quote about gay neighborhoods, queer nightlife, queer politics, sexual cultures, or anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
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