Rebecca Wolfe, PhD(c)

Co-Assistant Director, Emancipatory Sciences Lab

Rebecca is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at UCSF. She is interested in the intersection of race/class/gender, religion, embodiment, and eating disorders. She is currently focused on the impact of the protestant evangelical movement known as “purity culture” on the development of eating disorders in young women raised within that movement. She is also currently working with Dr. Kristen Harknett on the Shift Project, looking at work schedules and family health. She earned her B.A. in Sociology from Seattle Pacific University in 2016.

shift project

race, class, gender, religion, embodiment, eating disorders
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