Gilroy, Connor and Ridhi Kashyap. 2021. “Digital Traces of Sexualities: Understanding the Salience of Sexual Identity through Disclosure on Social Media.” Socius 7: 1–18. doi: 10.1177/23780231211029499

Salganik, Matthew J., Ian Lundberg, Alexander T. Kindel, [and 109 others, including Connor Gilroy]. 2020. “Measuring the Predictability of Life Outcomes with a Scientific Mass Collaboration.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117(15):8398–8403. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1915006117

Filippova, Anna, Connor Gilroy, Ridhi Kashyap, Antje Kirchner, Allison C. Morgan, Kivan Polimis, Adaner Usmani, and Tong Wang. 2019. “Humans in the Loop: Incorporating Expert and Crowdsourced Knowledge for Predictions using Social Survey Data.” Socius 5: 1–15. doi: 10.1177/2378023118820157.

I'm a PhD student in sociology at the University of Washington in Seattle. I use digital and computational methods to study experiences of community, visibility, and belonging, with a substantive focus on queer communities and LGBTQ populations. I have also interned as a quantitative UX researcher and consulted on survey data analysis.

My recent projects examine demographic and economic changes in gay neighborhoods, the disclosure of sexualities on social media, and the discursive meaning and uses of “community.” In other work, I have modeled the impact of coming out on public opinion and used machine learning combined with human knowledge to attempt to predict life outcomes from survey data.

I also strive to create open and accessible teaching materials, especially for computational social science methods and tools. If you find them useful, let me know!

My name is pronounced /ˈkɒnər ˈgɪlrɔɪ/. I generally use he/him pronouns.

© Connor Gilroy 2021

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