Lacee A. Satcher
Lacee A. Satcher is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Sociology. She received her BA in Psychology from Tougaloo College in 2013, a MA in Sociology from Jackson State University in 2015, and a MA in Sociology from Vanderbilt University in 2017. Her research interests include race, health, place and inequality, social psychology of health and inequality, health policy, environmental justice, and urban sociology. Her recent research focuses on the race-environment-health connection, specifically how various individual social identities/social locations structure our relations with and within space and place to shape health outcomes and health experiences.
Christy L. Erving, Lacee Satcher, and Yvonne Chen. Forthcoming “Physically Vulnerable, but Psychologically Resilient?: Exploring the Psychosocial Determinants of Black Women’s Physical and Mental Health.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
Richard N. Pitt, Lacee Satcher, and Amber Drew. Forthcoming “Optimism, Innovativeness, and Competitive Aggressiveness: The Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Orientations and the Development of Science Identity in Academic Scientists.” Social Currents
David J. Hess and Lacee Satcher. 2019. “Conditions for Successful Environmental Justice Mobilizations: An Analysis of 50 Cases.” Environmental Politics
McKane, Rachel G., Lacee A. Satcher, Stacey L. Houston, and David J. Hess.2018. "Race, class, and space: an intersectional approach to environmental justice in New York City." Environmental Sociology, 1-14.