Areas of Study
Gender, Sexuality, Race/Ethnicity, Social Movements, Stratification, Culture
Emmanuel is a Ph.D student in his first year of study in the Sociology Department at the University of Notre Dame. His research interests include Gender, Sexuality, Race/Ethnicity, Social Movements, Stratification, and Culture. His most recent experiences have been in higher education administration (University of Notre Dame, Gonzaga University, and University of Wisconsin-La Crosse) working and lecturing on the intersections of gender and racial identity development and performance, and he has written a master’s thesis analyzing the experiences of African-American students at predominantly white universities (2009).