Nathan J. Robinson
Research Interests: Criminal justice, prisons, sociology of law, architecture and urban planning
Nathan Robinson is a PhD student in Sociology & Social Policy. Nathan is interested in criminal justice policy, particularly in Louisiana. His research focuses on adult education in U.S. prisons and on the politics of indigent legal defense. At Yale Law School, he co-directed the Green Haven Prison Project and worked for the New Orleans public defender and the ACLU's National Prison Project. He is also the author of The Man Who Accidentally Wore His Cravat to a Gymnasium, a children's book about fashion and conformity.
BA (African American Studies, Politics), MA (Politics), Brandeis University
JD, Yale Law School