I graduated from American International College in 2010 with a Bachelor's degree in sociology and a minor in Spanish. I received my Masters degree in sociology from Florida Atlantic University in 2012. I began my doctoral studies at the University of Tennessee in the fall of 2012. My research interests include political economy, environmental sociology, Latin America, race and gender inequalities, sociology of food and agriculture, and globalization. Much of my current research focuses on land tenure, commercial agriculture, cooperative agriculture, and indigenous rights in Guatemala.
- SOC 110 – Social Change and Social Justice
- SOC 363 – Food, Agriculture, and Society
- SYP 2450 – Global Society (at FAU)
- Randall, Abigail. 2014. Mayan Access to Shifting Agricultural Markets in Guatemala. Paper Presentation. Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Charlotte, NC.
- Randall, Abigail. 2013. "The Making of Race in Guatemala." Paper presentation. Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA.
- Randall, Abigail. 2013. "Sustainable Agriculture and Indigenous Rights in Rural Guatemala." Thematic session. Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.
- Randall, Abigail. 2013. "Environmental Racism Case Study: Location and Treatment of Toxic Waste Sites in Springfield, MA." Paper presentation. Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.
- American Sociological Society
- Society for the Study of Social Problems
- Southern Sociological Society