Happy Friday! This week we’ve got new pieces on how families talk about race (or don’t), what happens when fathers who are primary caregivers go to prison, and why diversity in Hollywood pays off.
“Fashioning Fashion, Creating Couture Part II,” by Sarah Catherine Billups. As a follow-up to part I from last week, we compiled social science research on the ways fashion matters for inequality and identity.
“Incarcerating Fatherhood” by Isabel Arriagada. New research in Punishment & Society finds that for men serving as primary caregivers before entering prison, fatherhood is a difficult identity to maintain while incarcerated.
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And a Few from the Community Pages:
- Cyborgology reviews the impact of FOSTA/SESTA on online sex work and the future of big data.
- Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies reflects on Holocaust education in the 21st century.