Anna R. Haskins, Cornell University

Assistant Professor Ithaca, New York arh96@cornell.edu Office: (607) 255-1416

Bio/Research

Anna Haskins’ scholarly interests are in the areas of educational inequality, social stratification, race and ethnicity, and the intergenerational social consequences of mass incarceration. Her current research assessing the effects of paternal incarceration on children’s educational outcomes and...

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Bio/Research

Anna Haskins’ scholarly interests are in the areas of educational inequality, social stratification, race and ethnicity, and the intergenerational social consequences of mass incarceration. Her current research assessing the effects of paternal incarceration on children’s educational outcomes and engagement in schooling has been published in Sociological Science, Sociology of Education and Social Science Research in addition to being featured on Vox.com and in The Washington Post. Overall, her work aims to focus an eye toward understanding the persistence of racial and gendered disparities in outcomes and the role these inequities play in the transmission of inequality or opportunity from one generation to the next. Through a layered examination of multiple dimensions of social stratification, her work studies how processes and institutions mitigate or exacerbate social inequities and works to document their potential consequences for American families and communities.

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