Amy Wilkins
Associate Professor

KTCH 177

Amy Wilkins (Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, 2004) is Associate Professor of Sociology. Her substantive areas of interest focus on intersectional inequalities (gender, race, class, and sexuality), identities, youth, and the transition to adulthood. Her research has appeared in Gender & Society, Signs, and Social Psychology Quarterly, and her book, Goths, Wannabes, and Christians: Gender, Race, Class, and Sexuality in Youth Cultures was published in 2008 by the University of Chicago Press. Her methodological specialties are ethnographic fieldwork and interviewing.