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Stony Brook University Undergraduate Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences

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We are Stony Brook University’s exclusively undergraduate, peer-reviewed journal for humanities and social sciences. Our mission is to provide a platform for Stony Brook undergraduate students to speak and learn about a diverse set of issues related to the humanities and social sciences. This includes Women’s and Gender Studies, Racial/Ethnic Studies, Cultural Studies, Mental Health Awareness, and more. We hope to promote open discussion about these issues that will contribute toward a more tolerant, equal, and just community.

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Recent Publications

The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Unemployment Rate: Implications for the Gender Gap

by Farah Hasan, September 27, 2022 Abstract The recent COVID-19 pandemic has brought on unprecedented disruptions to global economies resulting in income loss and high unemployment rates that have disproportionately affected women. Existing research on COVID-19 and the economic effects of a pandemic on gender-based employment are limited, though rapidly…

The Impact of Audre Lorde

by Zarya Shaikh, May 8, 2022 My central guiding question is “how can the impact of Audre Lorde as a catalyst for women’s liberation be itemized?” This question can be answered by examining Poet Audre Lorde’s work in the Women’s Liberation Movement during the late 1960s going into 1980. Audre…

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