Sonita Moss

Faculty Advisors: 

Dorothy Roberts, Melissa Wilde

Research Interests: 

Social movements, cultural production, urban inequality


Sonita Moss is a second year doctoral student in the Department of Sociology. Her MA focuses on alternative food movements, notions of community, cultural processes and the intersections of race and class. Sonita earned her B.A. in Sociology and French at the University of Michigan. Following graduation, Sonita spent a brief stint teaching in France, and then worked in the non-profit sector of Seattle where she became interested in urban inequality and post-racial politics. 

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