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Abigail Sewell
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Sociologist, Political Economy of Health Disparities, Racism Studies
Sociologist, Political Economy of Health Disparities, Racism Studies

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Seven Lessons of Financial Literacy 101: If We Don't Eat, We Cannot Write
Pondering "dollah, dollar" bills right now, as I complete preparation for the first summer gig I have accepted since finishing my Ph.D. program in 2013. It's been four solid years, and I do not regret a moment off the summer income grind. The time typically...
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Seven Lessons of Financial Literacy 101: If We Don't Eat, We Cannot Write
Pondering "dollah, dollar" bills right now, as I complete preparation for the first summer gig I have accepted since finishing my Ph.D. program in 2013. It's been four solid years, and I do not regret a moment off the summer income grind. The time typically...
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[Poll] What Kind of Researcher Am I?
As a health disparities researcher, I conduct theory-engaged, policy-relevant analyses of the political economy of ethnoracial inequality. — Abigail A. Sewell (@aasewell) May 24, 2017 Hi folks! I am running a poll on Twitter @aasewell as I prepare my materi...
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My latest book review of The Death Gap by David Ansell in Nature.
Abigail A. Sewell examines a physician's study of how deprivation shortens lifespan.
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The Race and Policing Project presents "The State of Orange"
It is my delight to return to the blogosphere with news from The Race and Policing Project. In the first week of April 2017, we will host our first public event ! We are still rounding up co-sponsors (feel to volunteer!), so the flyer may be updated closer ...
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A term I identify with, "queer transmasculine" is used in this article. Although I disagree with the article's assertion that only folks who use male pronouns can access this term. I use all pronouns, depends on the context.
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