Lecturer, Montserrat Program and Sociology and Anthropology
Ph.D., Syracuse University
Fields: inequality, hunger, food justice, food studies, nonprofit organizations, research methods, gender and sexuality
Stephanie Crist is a Lecturer in the Montserrat Program and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. She has been teaching at Holy Cross since 2012 and her courses are frequently a part of the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Concentration at Holy Cross. During the 2018-2019 academic year, Stephanie is teaching “Gender in Everyday Life” in the Montserrat Program.
In 2011, Stephanie earned her Ph.D. in sociology from Syracuse University. While studying at Syracuse, she also received a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Women’s and Gender Studies and a Certificate in University Teaching. In her dissertation, titled “‘It’s the Resources’: Work, Governance, and the Institutionalization of an Emergency Food Network,” she used qualitative methods to examine the U.S. emergency food network. Though much of her research has focused on organizations such as food pantries and food banks, she is also more broadly engaged with the intersections of food and inequality.
- SOCL 101: The Sociological Perspective
- GSWS 120: Intro to Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies
- SOCL 274: LGBTQ Studies
- SOCL 299: Gender and the Politics of Food
- SOCL 299: Sociology of Food
- SOCL 399: Food, Poverty, and Justice
- Montserrat: Gender in Everyday Life