Asad L. Asad

Asad L. Asad

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Asad L. Asad
Research InterestsCrime, law, & deviance; culture; inequality; international migration; political sociology; public policy; urban sociology.
 
Asad L. Asad is a third-year doctoral student in Sociology at Harvard University, where he is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, a Graduate Fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy, and a Graduate Student Associate with the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs. He also serves as a Resident Tutor in Fellowships at Mather House. A Beinecke Scholar, Asad graduated Phi Beta Kappa and with comprehensive honors from the University of Wisconsin in 2011 with degrees in Political Science and Spanish Language and Culture. Broadly defined, Asad’s research interests encompass the fields of crime, law, and deviance; culture; inequality; international migration; political sociology; public policy; and urban sociology. At the intersection of these fields, he explores how the interplay of policy, economic, and social contexts influences (a) internal and international migration flows; (b) urban inequality; and (c) international development.
 

Previous Degrees:
B.A. (Comprehensive Honors, Phi Beta Kappa) Political Science and Spanish, University of Wisconsin

News:
2013. Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Graduate Student Associate
2012. Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy Fellowship
2012. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

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