Joseph Wallerstein

Joseph Wallerstein

Doctoral Student in Sociology
Joseph Wallerstein

Research Interests: Housing, poverty, urban sociology, qualitative methods

Joseph Wallerstein is a Doctoral Student in Sociology. His research centers on poverty and inequality in the urban US, especially as they manifest in homelessness and residential instability, forced displacement and mobility, informal housing, and medical affliction. He also has strong interests in ethnography, qualitative network analysis, and social theory. Originally from Philadelphia, he earned an undergraduate degree in anthropology before working as a research assistant on two mixed-methods studies and completing a master's degree in social sciences.

Previous Degrees:
M.A. in Social Sciences, University of Chicago
B.A. in Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania

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