Demar F. Lewis IV
ies at Yale University. His work examines how historical and contemporary notions of safety influence the ways that Black people organize their lives. Employing multiple methods, Demar’s research advances sociological understandings of policing, lynching, racism, and inequality while informing policies that promote public safety and reduce socioeconomic inequalities. For more information about Demar, please go to his website (or click here).
- Honorable Mention, ASA Theory Section Best Graduate Student Paper Award