Assistant Professor of Sociology Piper Sledge was featured on "Our Bodies, Our Gender" episode of The Pulse podcast.
Sledge's primary research interests are in gender studies, the sociology of the body and embodiment, and critical health studies.
"My research agenda is inspired by empirical and theoretical puzzles emerging from everyday observations about the subtle ways that discourses about gender shape how we make sense of the social world. I am particularly motivated by an interest in LGBTQ health disparities and the impacts of ideologies of gender on medical practice."
Read more on Sledge's faculty profile page.