PhDs on the Market

Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology
Department:
Department of Sociology
Dissertation:
College majors and Inequality in the Labor Market
Fields of interest
Gender, Race, Inequality in the labor market, Immigration
Dissertation:
Belonging at Work: The Role of Interpersonal Interactions and Organizations in Maintaining Occupational Segregation
Fields of interest
Gender, Race & Ethnicity, Social Psychology, Organizations
Dissertation:
De Facto School Discipline and the Maintenance of Inequality
Fields of interest
Inequality, Education, Policing, Race & Ethnicity, Qualitative Methods, Quantitative Methods
Dissertation:
Ethnic Identity and Homeland Politics in the Oromo Diaspora
Fields of interest
Race and Ethnicity, Immigration, Diaspora, Africa, Qualitative Methods, Mixed Methods
Dissertation:
Migrating Money: The Social Status Repercussions of US-Mexico Remittances
Fields of interest
International Migration, Family, Race, Gender, and Class, Health and Wellbeing, Economic Sociology
Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
Dissertation:
From the Socialism of Intelligence to the Aristocracy of Knowledge: Administrative Practice and Political Authority in American Democracy, 1905–1921
Dissertation:
From Deviance to Diagnosis: Cultural Meanings of Mental Health
Dissertation:
Segregation and Inequality Across Neighborhoods, Classrooms, and Police Jurisdictions
Dissertation:
Upskilled and Reskilled: How Gender Shapes Career Transitions in the New Economy
Fields of interest
Gender inequality, Career transitions, Labor market inequality, Real-world experiments, The future of work
Dissertation:
Governing at the Margins: How the State Manages Children at the Junction of Dependent and Delinquent
Fields of interest
Poverty and Inequality, Punishment and Society, Health Disparities, Race, Class, and Gender, Qualitative and Mixed Methods
Dissertation:
Bad Doctors, Enablers, and the Powerless: The Opioid Crisis and the Construction of Blame