Annie Katherine McGhee
Annie McGhee, MA is a PhD student in Sociology at the University of Cincinnati. A native of Cincinnati, OH, Annie received her B.S. in Mathematics from Xavier University in 2019. She has also received graduate certificates in Women, Gender, and Sexualities Studies and Film & Media Studies at U.C..
Her broad research interests include gender and sexualities, race, and cultural/media studies. Her current projects focus on how audiences negotiate racialized and gendered representations of flapperhood in early Hollywood cinema and archival research on racial exclusion in predominantly White organizations.
Her Master's Thesis examined how those who identify as LGBTQ negotiated their identities in sex education classes in private religiously-affiliated schools.
In her spare time, Annie enjoys reading, writing fiction and poetry, and running.
Annie McGhee CV
B.S.: Xavier University Cincinnati, OH, 2019 (Mathematics)
Graduate Certificate: University of Cincinnati 2021 (Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies)
M.A.: University of Cincinnati 2022 (Sociology)
Graduate Certificate: University of Cincinnati 2022 (Film & Media Studies)
Gender and Sexualities Studies
Race and Ethnicity
Popular Culture and Media
2019 -2020 Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
2021 -2021 Graduate Research Assistant, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
2022 -2023 Graduate Research Assistant, Graduate Research Assistant for Ohio Policy Evaluation (OPEN). She is the project manager for the Patient Experience Survey Study, which focuses on patients’ experiences in seeking abortions in Ohio and surrounding states., University of Cincinnati,
2023 -To Present Assistant Editor, She works as an assistant editor for the academic journal, Social Problems., University of Cincinnati,
Annie McGhee (2022. ) Review of Noncustodial Mothers, Gendered Institutions, and Social Change, by Jackie Krasas .29 (4 ) ,1219 --1222 Gender, Work, & Organization
Danielle Bessett, Ayesha Casie-Chetty, Annie McGhee (10-16-2020). Understanding Abortion Embodiment: Reflections on Collaboration .UC.
Stephanie House-Niamke, Gabriel Lotarski, Beth McCune, Annie McGhee, Kearabetswe Mokoene, Kristin Newvine (11-17-2021). The Student Sociologist’s Guide to Conferences . North Central Sociological Association Fall Session,
Stephanie House-Niamke, Gabriel Lotarski, Beth McCune, Annie McGhee, Kearabetswe Mokoene, Kristin Newvine (2022). Students! How to Finish Your Dissertation or Thesis in Two Semesters or Less . North Central Sociological Association, Indianapolis, IN.
Annie McGhee (06-02-2021. ) Queering Motherhood: A Simple Favor .Conference.
Annie McGhee (2022. ) Caught on Camera: CCTV, Surveillance, and Police Identity .Conference.
Annie McGhee (2022. ) Echo Curricula: LGBTQ People's Reflective Accounts of Sex Education in Christian and Catholic High Schools .Indianapolis, IN. Conference.
Danielle Bessett, Ayesha Casie Chetty, Annie McGhee, Kathryn LaRoche, Angel Foster (2021. ) Out of Body: Abortion Embodiment Experiences .Conference.
2020 -2021 Niehoff Center for Film & Media Studies Grant Recipient
2021 -2021 Taft Graduate Summer Fellowship Taft Research Center Status:Recipient Type:Fellowship
2020 -2021 Taft Graduate Enrichment Award Taft Research Center Status:Recipient Type:Grant
2021 -2021 Graduate Student Research Support Award Kunz Center for Social Research Status:Recipient
North Central Sociological Association (Student Section Committee ) Committee Member Type:Service to Professional Associations 2021 -To Present
Sociology Department (Lyceum ) Treasurer-Elect Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2021 -2022
Sociology Department (Lyceum ) Vice President Type:Departmental Service 2022 -2023
Sociology Department (Lyceum ) President-Elect Type:Departmental Service 2023 -2024
Popular Culture Association
American Sociological Association
Society for the Study of Social Problems
North Central Sociological Association