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Francisca Oyogoa

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Francisca Oyogoa

Sociology and African American Studies
Division: Social Studies
Appointment: 2009

Hall College Center
413-528-4958
foyogoa@simons-rock.edu

 

Education:

University of Massachusetts: Ph.D Sociology
Bowdoin College: B.A. Double Major Sociology and History, Minor Africana Studies.

Academic Areas of Interest:

African American Studies, Sociology, Critical Race Theory, Labor Studies, Black Feminist Thought, Whiteness Studies.

Book Manuscript

  • "The Boss was Racist Too: The Hegemony of White Masculinity and Gendered Anti-Black Racism in U.S. Labor History."

    This work documents how employers' race-gender ideology contributed to the super-exploitation and marginalization of Black workers in the railroad service, Southern textiles, and automobile manufacturing industries, 1865 and 1945.