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Amanda J. Brockman

Amanda J. Brockman is an assistant professor of sociology within the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Philosophy at Northern Kentucky University. Her research uses social psychology to understand gendered, racial, and intersectional inequities and activism with the potential to make meaningful change with a particular focus on educational contexts. One of her current projects analyzes how the interplay of social-psychological factors and multilevel problems faced by K-12 educators led to the recent unprecedented wave of teacher activism across the United States. Another line of ongoing research focuses on understanding how to combat inequities faced by marginalized groups in STEM. You can contact her at


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