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PhDs on the Market

Department:
Department of Sociology, Stanford Law School
Dissertation:
Covid-19 and health in jail: Perspectives from people living inside
Fields of interest
Punishment, Racism, Critical Legal Studies, Social Control, Health and Autonomy, Mixed Methods
Ph.D.
Department:
Department of Sociology
Dissertation:
College majors and Inequality in the Labor Market
Fields of interest
Gender, Race, Inequality in the labor market, Immigration
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
Research Associate, The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University
Dissertation:
Resilience in the Face of Trauma: How Sexual Violence Shapes Economic Well-Being
Ph.D.
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
Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology, Stanford University
Dissertation:
Megastudies for Social Change: Identifying the Most Promising Treatments for Changing Political Attitudes
PhD Candidate
Department:
Department of Sociology
Dissertation:
Childbirth Choices: How Women Plan For and Experience Birth
Fields of interest
gender, medical sociology, cultural sociology, qualitative methods, sexual violence