Ph.D.s on the Job Market

Isabel J. Anadon

Date Ph.D. Expected

2023

Interest Areas

Punishment; Race & Ethnicity; Research Methods; Socio-legal Studies

Advisor(s)

John Eason

Dissertation Title

“Interior Immigration Enforcement: Structural Mechanisms and the Punishment of Immigrants in the United States”

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Kristina Fullerton Rico

Credentials: Pronouns she/her/hers

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2023

Interest Areas

Migration/Transnationalism, Aging, Gender, Family, Race and Ethnicity

Advisor

Jenna Nobles

Dissertation Committee Members

Jenna Nobles, Myra Marx Ferree, Theodore P. Gerber, Katherine Jensen, Almita Miranda

Dissertation Title

“Aging Without a Safety Net: Unauthorized Immigrants in Later Life”

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Annaliese Grant

Credentials: Pronouns: she/they

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2023

Interest Areas

Class/Inequality, Gender, Family and Childhood, Media

Advisor

Marcia J. Carlson

Dissertation Committee Members

Christine Schwartz, Joan Fujimura, Mignon Moore, Jonathan Gray

Dissertation Title

“A Multi-Method Approach to Family Media Use and Social Class”

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Nona Maria Gronert

Credentials: Pronouns she/her/hers

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2023

Interest Areas

Gender; Law and Society; Organizations; Social Movements; Sexual Violence

Advisors

Myra Marx Ferree and Chaeyoon Lim

Dissertation Committee Members

Joseph Conti, Gwendolyn Leachman, Kate Walsh

Dissertation Title

“The Promise and Peril of Title IX Addressing Sexual Violence: A University Case Study, 1972-2017”

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Chloe Haimson

Date Ph.D. Expected

June 2022

Interest Areas

“Fear, Algorithms, and Re-Incarceration: Making it Home in the Twenty-First Century.”

Advisor(s)

Pamela Oliver and John Eason

Dissertation Title

“Parole Supervision in the Era of Decarceration”

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Amy Jones Haug

Credentials: Pronouns she/her/hers

Date Ph.D. Received

2020

Interest Areas

Race and Ethnicity; Ethnography; Theory; Sociology of Law and Public Health

Advisor

Jane Collins

Dissertation Committee Members

Pamela Oliver, John Eason, Alice Goffman, Bianca Baldridge

Dissertation Title

“Diversity as the Modern Racial Incorporation Strategy and the Unseen Burden of Diversity-Work”

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Noah Hirschl

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2022

Interest Areas

Sociology of Education, Social Stratification, Race and Ethnicity, Social Demography, Gender and Family

Advisor

Eric Grodsky

Dissertation Title

“Three essays on higher education and inequality”

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Kurt W. Kuehne

Credentials: Pronouns he/him/his

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2023

Interest Areas

Labor Migration; Urban Sociology; Race/Class/Gender; Global and Transnational Sociology; Social Exclusion

Advisor

Gay Seidman

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Gay Seidman

Dissertation Title

“Lives in Limbo: Boundary-Making, Control, and Precarious Migrant Workers in the Global City”

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Taylor Laemmli

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2023

Interest Areas

Class; Culture; Work; Consumption; Social Theory

Advisor

Mustafa Emirbayer

Dissertation Title

“Class Keeping: The Professional Production of Elite Status”

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Kerem Morgül

Credentials: Pronouns he/him/his

Ph.D. Completed

August 2022

Interest Areas

Political Sociology, Cultural Sociology, International Migration, Race and Ethnicity, Civic Engagement

Advisors

Michael M. Bell and Pamela E. Oliver

Dissertation Committee Members

Chad A. Goldberg, Yoshiko Herrera, Paris Aslanidis

Dissertation Title

“Muslim Nationalism and Public Attitudes toward Syrian Refugees in Turkey”

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Jill Eileen Richardson

Credentials: Pronouns she/her/hers

Ph.D. Expected

May 2022

Interest Areas

Environmental sociology; Political sociology; Science and technology studies; Race and Ethnicity; Food systems

Advisor

Randy Stoecker

Dissertation Committee Members

Pam Oliver, Josh Garoon, Katherine Curtis, and Tim van Deelen

Dissertation Title

“Managing Identity, Knowledge, and Morality in Community-Based Natural Resource Management (CBNRM) for Wildlife in Montana”

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Jason Robey

Credentials: Pronouns he/him/his

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2023

Interest Areas

Crime, Law, and Deviance; Punishment; Inequality; Stratification; Quantitative Methods

Advisor

Michael Massoglia

Dissertation Committee Members

Michael Light, Felix Elwert, Jenna Nobles, Lawrence Berger

Dissertation Title

“The Contraction of the American Penal Landscape”

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Nathan Seltzer

Date Ph.D. Received

April 2020

Interest Areas

Demography; Social Stratification; Labor Markets; Population Health; and Computational Methods

Advisor(s)

Jenna Nobles

Dissertation Title

“The Population Effects of U.S. Deindustrialization”

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Christian Michael Smith

Date Ph.D. Completed

August 2020

Interest Areas

Stratification and Mobility; Social Class and Poverty; Causal Inference; Sociology of Education; Higher Education

Advisor

Eric Grodsky

Dissertation Title

“Starting and Finishing: Three Essays on Narrowing Socioeconomic Inequality in College Attendance and Persistence”

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Tamara A. Wattnem

Date Ph.D. Received

May 2021

Interest Areas

Environmental sociology; development and economic change; agri-food systems; political sociology; Latin American history; social movements; political economy

Advisor(s)

Jane Collins and Erik Olin Wright

Dissertation Title

“Neoliberal Resource Nationalism: The Scramble for Mexico’s Hydrocarbons and Minerals”

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Andrew Wolf

Date Ph.D. Received

August 2021

Interest Areas

Work & Employment, Gig-Economy, Labor Unions, Immigration, Economy Sociology, and Urban Sociology

Advisor

Gay Seidman

Dissertation Title

“Manufacturing Disruption: Worker and Union Response to the Gig-Economy in New York City”

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Leafia Zi Ye

Credentials: Pronouns she/her/hers

Date Ph.D. Expected

May 2023

Interest Areas

Immigration and Race/Ethnicity; Aging and the Life Course; Population Health; Social Stratification; Quantitative Methods

Advisor

Michal Engelman

Dissertation Committee Members

Jason Fletcher, Jenna Nobles, Stephanie Robert (Social Work), Alberto Palloni

Dissertation Title

“Curbs and Costs: U.S. Immigrants’ Socioeconomic Integration throughout the Life Course”

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