Lauren Bickell

Lauren Bickell
Graduate Student

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Sociology of Gender; U.S. Gender History; Feminist Epistemology; Intersectionality; Social Movements; Cultural Sociology; Memory and Memorialization


B.A., UC Davis


Lauren Bickell is a doctoral student in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her research endeavors to reimagine how social categories differently permeate U.S. women’s rights histories and related acts of memorialization. She situates her research at multidisciplinary junctions of the sociological, historical, and philosophical. Bickell holds a Master of Arts (MA) in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Sociology from the University of California, Davis.


University of California, Santa Barbara, Teaching Assistant (TA)
Fall 2020 – Present:
Introduction to Sociology (SOC 1)
Methods of Sociological Research: Research Traditions (SOC 108A)
Social Movements (SOC 134)
Social Stratification (SOC 122)
Methods of Sociological Research: Cultural Analysis (SOC 108C)
Social Inequalities (SOC 145) 
Sociology of Gender (SOC 155)
Sexuality and Race (SOC 144S)