Teaching Assistant Professor and SOCS Diversity Advocate
Social and Cultural Sciences
Ph.D., 2020, University of Florida
Race and Ethnic Relations; Latino/a Migration; The Family
Race and Ethnicity, Latinxs, (im)migration, gender, sexualities, families
Dhuman Giron, Stephanie A., and Nicholas Vargas. 2020. “Threatening Places or Diverse Spaces: Divergent Constructions of Florida Puerto Ricans across Twitter and Newspaper Articles.” Sociological Inquiry, 90(1): 101-122.
SOCS Diversity Advocate
As part of our effort to address systemic racism, the Department of Social and Cultural Sciences has created the position of Diversity Advocate. Dr. Dhuman serves in this capacity, providing a safe space for students of color to discuss experiences of racism in both the SOCS department and the campus at-large. She will also help students develop a plan for addressing their concerns and provide support through the various stages of its implementation.
Open office hours will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 11am – 12pm, and by appointment. In an effort to foster community, Dr. Dhuman will also hold group meetings once a month for students to meet, share, and support each other. Monthly meetings will be announced via email and social media (@MarquetteSOCS on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook).