Kendal Broad

Associate Professor, Sociology and Women’s Studies and Gender Research

KL Broad

Degrees

Ph.D. Sociology Washington State University, 1998


Areas of Interest

  • Sexualities
  • Qualitative/Feminist Methodologies
  • Intersectionality
  • Social Movements

Research

In general my research focuses primarily on analyzing interpretive and identity work, especially in relation to gender, race, sexuality and social movements. Presently I am conducting research about anti-racist work by gay men.


Biography

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

Fall 2013 Classes:

Social Movements (SYA 4930 / WST 4930)
Tuesdays, Period 4
Thursdays, Periods 4-5

Intersectional Activisms (SYA 7933 / WST 6935)
Tuesdays, Periods 7-9

Phone: (352) 273-0389

Room: 301 Ustler Hall

Office Hours:

  • Monday 11:30am – 12:30pm (email)
  • Wednesday 11:30am – 1:30pm (office)

Email: klbroad@ufl.edu

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