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Dr. Hannah Stohry

photo of Hannah Stohry smiling in the hallway of a boat with her long brown hair blowing in the wind. She is wearing brown rim glasses and a navy blue long sleeve top
Assistant Professor
Burrill Office Complex, Room 102M
BSW, Miami University 
MA (dual), Miami University, Mahidol University 
MSW, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis 
PhD, Miami University
Dr. Hannah Stohry (she/her/hers) is an Assistant Professor in the Bridgewater State University School of Social Work. Dr. Stohry is a clinically licensed social worker (OH/IN). Her early life experiences as a Third Culture Kid (TCK) in international, multicultural, military, and multiracial contexts frames how she orients in this world, and why she became a social worker. Her educational/practice journey reflects how she has navigated through multiple disciplines to finally arrive in a place where she can interrogate and lean into her multiracial wholeness. Research, teaching, and learning, offer opportunities to “heal thyself,” as well as writing oneself into history. In order to see herself in research, she began undertaking critical autoethnography as methodology. Dr. Stohry is super excited about the ways in which research directly informs how/what she teaches in the classroom. She is a strong believer in co-constructing knowledge, and addressing power barriers for the purposes of creating structural and societal change. Dr. Stohry intends to start private practice, and work to build clinical practice modalities that serve multiracial families. Dr. Stohry’s research topic interests include (but are not limited to): critical multiracial wholeness; critical mixed race studies; Anzaldúan Borderlands; global anti-Blackness; global white supremacy; critical authoethnography as methodology; science fiction; AfroAsian Futures and Imaginations; race treason; Koreanness; and Third Culture Kid experiences. She looks forward to learning more about radical abolitionist social work, and justice work that radically transforms our present futures. Dr. Stohry’s extra-curricular interests include: Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, hand-quilting, cooking, gardening, and introverting.
Area of Expertise
Critical Multiracial Wholeness, Critical Mixed Race Studies, Third Culture Kids, Critical Autoethnography Methods, white supremacy, Anti-Blackness, Racial hierarchy and racial triangulation.