Alexander K. Davis

Senior Lecturer in the Princeton Writing Program
303 New South

Alexander Davis is a sociologist who explores the cultural foundations of social inequality through the lens of gender and sexuality studies. His current book project traces the historical emergence of gender-segregated public restrooms in the United States and investigates the recent rise of gender-inclusive alternatives. His wide-ranging research agenda also includes qualitative studies of fashion and dress, statistical analyses of changing sexual values, and most recently, interdisciplinary work on the role of neuroscience in political activism.