Sadiyah Malcolm

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Professional Title

PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology

Department(s)

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA)
Sociology

About

Sadiyah Malcolm is a doctoral student studying sociology at the University of Michigan. She is a proud alumna of Howard University, where she earned undergraduate degrees in both sociology and Afro-American studies and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society. Sadiyah is the founder of SELaH (Sistas Elevating Learning and Healing), which was founded in 2010 with a foremost commitment to empowering girls through community building, literacy, and the arts. Her research places Black girls at the center, specifically examining matters related to emerging adulthood and the factors which shape the period of adolescence in the life course of young Black women. Sadiyah has been featured by NPR and Wallace House, and her research has been supported by the Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies, the Rackham Graduate School, the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, and the Institute for Social Research. Her current project is based in Kingston, Jamaica, W.I.

Research Interests

social sciences
mixed methods
qualitative research
performance
sexual harassment/gender harassment
sexuality
policy
violence (sexual/gender/other)
ethnography
Black girls