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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

Fast Cars, Fast Women: A Societal Analysis

by Josh Gershenson, April 18, 2021 The advertisement above showcases a young, attractive woman with the caption, “You know you’re not the first,” comparing a used car to the woman. After receiving criticism and backlash, the ad was pulled and never ran (Green). Immediately, the blatant objectification perpetrated by BMW…

An analysis of racial paradigms and ethnic projects in America

by Sanjana Sankaran, April 14, 2021  Vilna Bashi-Treitler, The Ethnic Project: Transforming Racial Fiction into Ethnic Factions Bashi-Treitler begins chapter three by answering the question, “How are ethnic groups racialized in the United States?” (Bashi-Treitler 2013: 44). She begins by discussing the three major racial paradigms that came about, starting…

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