Kendal Broad

Title

Associate Professor of Sociology

Associate Professor of Women’s Studies and Gender Research

Email

klbroad@ufl.edu

Office

Ustler Hall 301

Hours

By appointment

About

Teaching

Research

Publications


About

K.L Broad has a PhD in Sociology (1998) from Washington State University and is currently an Associate Professor, jointly-appointed with the Department of Sociology and the Center for Women’s Studies and Gender Research at the University of Florida. Dr. Broad’s research focuses primarily on analyzing interpretive and identity work, especially in relation to gender, race, sexuality and social movements. Presently Dr. Broad is working on two research projects: 1) tracing how gay men in the 1980s contructed their anti-racist work, and 2) mapping the rhetorical contests about LGBTQ families in the US today.

CV


Teaching

  • Social Movements (SYA 4930 / WST 4930)

  • Intersectional Activisms (SYA 7933 / WST 6935)


Research

Areas of Specialization

  • Sexualities

  • Qualitative/Feminist Methodologies

  • Intersectionality

  • Social Movements

Kendall Broad’s research focuses primarily on analyzing interpretive and identity work, especially in relation to gender, race, sexuality and social movements. Presently Dr. Broad is conducting research about anti-racist work by gay men.


Publications

  • Ryan, Maura, Broad, K.L., Clare F. Walsh and Kathryn L. Nutter. 2013 “Professional Allies: The Storying of Allies to GLTBQ Students on a College Campus” Journal  of Homosexuality, 60:83–104.

  • Broad, K.L. 2011 “Coming Out for Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays: From Support Group Grieving to Love Advocacy,” Sexualities, Volume 14 Issue 4, August, pp. 399 – 415.

  • Broad, K.L. 2010 “Sexualities Sociologies and the Intersectional Potential of Two Qualitative Methodologies,” Theorizing Intersectionality and Sexuality (edited by Taylor, Y; Hines, S. and Casey M). Palgrave Macmillan publishers (pps. 193-211)

  • Broad, K.L., and Alden, H., D. Berkowitz, M. Ryan, 2008 “Activist Parenting and GLBTQ Families” Journal of GLBT Family Studies, Volume 4, 4: 499 – 520.

  • Joos, K.E., Broad, K.L. 2007. “Coming Out of the Family Closet: Stories of Adult Women with LGBTQ Parent(s).” Qualitative Sociology, 3, 30, 275-295.

  • Broad, K.L. and Sara L. Crawley, Lara Foley 2004. “Doing ‘Real’ Family Values: The Interpretive Practice of ‘Families’ in the GLBT Movement,” The Sociological Quarterly, 45, 3: 509-527.

  • Broad, K.L.  2004. “Institutional Selves in Social Movements: The Interpretive Production of FTM/Transmen,” Research in Political Sociology, 13, 1: 225-255.

  • Broad, K.L. and Kristin E. Joos. 2004. “Online Inquiry of Public Selves: Methodological Considerations” Qualitative Inquiry, 10, 6, 923-946.

    • *Reprinted in Qualitative Research 2, Alan Bryman (editor), London: SAGE Publications, July 2007, ISBN: 978-1-4129-1164-1

  • Crawley, S. L. and K.L. Broad. 2004 “‘Be Your [Real Lesbian] self’: Mobilizing Sexual Formula Stories through Personal (and Political) Storytelling” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 33, 1, pp. 39-71.

  • Broad, K.L. 2002 “Social Movement Selves” Sociological Perspectives, 45, 3, Fall, 317-336.

  • Jenness, Valerie and Kendal Broad, Hate Crimes: New Social Movements and the Politics of Violence, Aldine de Gruyter, Inc, New York, 1997