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Loren Henderson

Asst Prof

Sociology, Anthropology, and Health Administration and Policy
Public Policy
Language, Literacy, and Culture
loren@umbc.edu
Education
Ph D, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2014)
Website
About

Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Health Administration and Policy. My research interests include diversity issues, stratification and inequality, health disparities, and race, class, gender, and sexuality. I have published a co-authored book, book chapters, and articles.

Research Interests

Race, Inequality, Diversity, Health Disparities, Stratification, Sexuality, and Family.

Teaching Interests

Race, Inequality, Diversity, Health Disparities, Stratification, Sexuality, and Family.

Selected Classes
Fall 2017 SOCY – Sample Surveys in Social Science
SOCY 332 – Hum Sexuality Socioperspectives
Spring 2016 SOCY 333 – Cross Cultural Sexuality
SOCY 698 – Neighborhoods and Health Inequality
Presentations

(Author & Presenter) (Author) (Author) (Author) (Author) (Author) (Author) British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference Paper Diabetes Self Management in an Unequal World: Lessons from Baltimore British Society of Gerontology Manchester, England, UK

(Author & Presenter) Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting Paper Generativity and Diabetes Self-Management: Caring for the Self to Create Alternative Futures for Others Society for Applied Anthropology Philadelphia, PA

(Author & Presenter) Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Annual Meeting Paper The Role of Religion as a Coping Mechanism for the Management of Diabetes Related Stress: An Intersectional Exploration of the Meaning of Faith and Health among Black and White Older Women and Men with Diabetes Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Washington, DC

(Author & Presenter) (Author) (Author) (Author) (Author) (Author) International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics World Congress Poster New Implications for Diabetes Education: Physical Activity Barriers among Diabetic Older Adults International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics San Francisco, CA