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Assistant professor at UNC-Chapel Hill jointly appointed in Sociology and the School of Data Science and Society.

I research gun ownership and how the criminal justice system interacts with inequality. I use preregistered experiments (forced-choice conjoint and vignette), machine learning, longitudinal designs (smartphone-delivered surveys), semi-structured interviews, participant observation, and topic modeling. I teach methods, sociology, and how to critically analyze crime policy.

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