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Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman is Assistant Professor of Sociology with a joint appointment in the Institute for the Study of Latin America & the Caribbean at The University of South Florida (USF). She has a research agenda that emphasizes racial hierarchies, gender, stigma, and inequality in families. In addition to writing about how family members are treated differently based on their racial features, she is working on a new project that addresses how informally adopted daughters are exploited under the guise of family in Brazil.

Curriculum Vitae
Selected USF Awards