Welcome! I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. My research investigates intersections between family, religion, and social inequality. More specifically, I am interested in family and religion as interpersonal spaces of great intimacy, as complex systems of cultural schema, and as structures of sustained and changing social inequality. Taking a life course perspective, and using both qualitative and quantitative data, my research focuses on how family and religion are experienced by adolescents and young adults in the transition to adulthood.


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Department of Sociology
University of North Carolina
155 Hamilton Hall CB#3210
Chapel Hill, NC 27599

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