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Maria S. Johnson is an assistant professor in the Department
of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware. She earned a
Ph.D. in Public Policy and Sociology from the University of Michigan and a BA
in History from Hampton University. Her research uses qualitative methods and
critical race and gender theories to examine the intersection of race, gender,
and class discourse within Black daughter-father relationships, fatherhood
studies, and family policies. Professor Johnson has published works on
intersectionality and family relationships in various outlets, including Gender
& Society. She is currently completing a book manuscript about Black
women’s accounts of daughter-father relationships. Her research has been
supported by university and national grants, including the National Poverty
Center. At the University of Delaware, Professor Johnson teaches courses
related to racial inequalities, gender, and the politics of poverty.
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