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Ania Evans is a Ph.D. Student in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and her Master of Science in Human Development and Family Studies with a graduate minor in women's studies from Auburn University. While her research interests are centered on gender-based violence, her master's thesis, "Creating Black Girl Magic: The Weight of Motherhood for Middle Class Black Mothers and their Preschool-Aged Daughters," was a qualitative analysis examining the intersectional impacts of race, gender and socioeconomic status on mothering practices in a southern Black community. Ania also has ample community-based experience and has worked in advocacy for women, child welfare, family violence prevention and intervention, prison education, and rape crisis intervention. Her community-based work informs her research which has led to presentations at several national conferences.
Sex trafficking, intimate partner violence, gender, race/ethnicity, black feminist theory, qualitative methods
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