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Juanita Crider

Purdue University
Purdue University
Juanita M. Crider currently works full time as the Program Advisor for the Purdue University Black Cultural Center. She is also a doctoral candidate in American Studies at Purdue. Her research interests are examining representations of aging/elder black females in contemporary black feminist literature, film television and visual culture with special focus on representations of elder sexuality. Her dissertation examines contemporary black feminist literature, film, television and social media to explore what “spaces” popular culture allows for post- menopausal African American women. She has also researched and presented on youth response to community unrest through the lens of social media focusing on the recent uprisings in Baltimore, Maryland, where she grew up. She earned a B. S. in History from Ball State University and an M.A. in American Studies from Purdue University. She also holds a doctoral graduate certificate in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies from Purdue and is currently an instructor in that department.
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