Episode 176: Life after prison for women w/ Dr. Geniece Crawford Monde



For today’s episode, Tyrell and Daphne welcome Dr. Geniece Crawford-Mondé, an Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Wingate University, whose research explores how criminally involved women manage their roles as mothers and caretakers. They begin the interview by learning more about Dr. Crawford-Mondé’s background as a sociologist (33:35) and her research agenda related to formerly incarcerated mothers (41:39). They also discuss how race shapes women’s post incarceration experiences (53:05) and her upcoming book project (1:04:40). They close the interview by having a conversation about her research on social media representations of aging Black women (1:03:57), how social media frames the experiences of Black women (1:15:35), and the importance of researchers de-centering themselves in research with people from marginalized backgrounds (1:19:45).


Other Topics Include

00:30 - Catch up with Tyrell and Daphne

5:17 - BhD “Oh Lawd”

31:10 - Introduction of Topic

1:24:53 - Ty and Daphne Reflect on the Interview


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