Carly R. Knight

Carly R. Knight

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Carly Knight
Research Interests: Economic Sociology; Political Sociology; Organizations; Quantitative Methods; Computational Sociology; Comparative-Historical Sociology; Social Theory


Carly Knight is a PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology and a Doctoral Fellow in the Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality and Social Policy.

Ph.D. Date: May 2018 (Expected)
Dissertation Topic: Creatures of the State: The Cultural Origins of Corporate Personification
Dissertation Committee: Frank Dobbin (Chair), Jason Beckfield, Bart Bonikowski, and Greta Krippner

Previous Degrees: 

Duke University, B.A.

Awards: 

Certificate of Distinction in Teaching (Soc 203a: Advanced Quantitative Research Methods & Soc 202: Intermediate Quantitative Research Methods)

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532 William James Hall

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