Hanna Katz

Hanna Katz

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Hanna Katz

Research Interests: Crime and Deviance; Social Inequality; Identity Formation; Power and Culture; Theory; and Mixed Methods

Hanna Katz is a PhD candidate in Sociology.  Her research examines the intersections of the criminal justice system and social inequality, with a particular emphasis on the ways in which police officers make sense of their own roles in this system. Currently, Hanna is working on a mixed-methods dissertation that probes the legal, theoretical, and interpersonal underpinnings of campus policing in the United States.  

Prior to graduate school, Hanna worked for two New York-based nonprofit organizations, where she provided direct legal and social services to court-involved youth.  She is originally from New Haven, CT and graduated from Princeton in 2011 with a concentration in Sociology and a certificate in American Studies.  

Previous Degrees:
A.B. in Sociology (highest honors), Princeton University (2011)

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