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Carla Rice

PhD | Ph.D. in Women’s Studies

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

In her research, Dr. Rice’s focuses on embodiment and bodily difference. Specifically, she has explored queer people’s experiences in health care; how people experience stigma when negotiating fertility treatment; stigma around fat, with a particular focus on queer and trans communities; and mobilizing new meanings of disability and difference. Dr. Rice engages in arts-informed research, aiming to surface subjugated experiences that may be difficult to put into stories.

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

In her research, Dr. Rice’s focuses on embodiment and bodily difference. Specifically, she has explored queer people’s experiences in health care; how people experience stigma when negotiating fertility treatment; stigma around fat, with a particular focus on queer and trans communities; and mobilizing new meanings of disability and difference. Dr. Rice engages in arts-informed research, aiming to surface subjugated experiences that may be difficult to put into stories.

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