Miguel Quintana Navarrete
Research Interests: Crime, law and deviance; urban sociology; culture; political sociology
Miguel Quintana Navarrete is a first-year doctoral student in Sociology. He arrived at Sociology through his interest in crime, law and deviance in urban contexts. Before joining Harvard, he was Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at the Legal Studies Department of the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) (Center for Economic Research and Education), in Mexico City. At CIDE, he collaborated in multiple research projects, including victimization and prison surveys, and the evaluation of crime control and crime prevention programs. Originally from Hermosillo, Sonora (Northwestern Mexico), he is a graduate of the University of Sonora, where he studied law; and King’s College London, where he completed a master’s degree in criminology and criminal justice.
BA in Law (JD equivalent), University of Sonora (Mexico)
MA in Criminology and Criminal Justice, King’s College London