Hannah Clarke

About Hannah Clarke

Hannah is a PhD candidate in the School of Sociology. She received her master's in sociology from Boston College and a bachelor's in political science from the University of Massachusetts.

Her NSF-supported dissertation is a longtidunal, mixed-method study examining student loan use, pathways through college, and post-graduation life transitions. 

Research Interests

Culture & Inequality; Consumption; Economic Sociology; Religion; Higher Education; Community Resilience; Theory; Qualitative Methods

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Contact Information

Hannah Clarke
Ph.D. candidate

Courses Taught

  • SOC 425: The Social Meaning of Money and Credit
  • SOC 330: God in the Movies
  • RELI/SOC 322: Sociology of Religion
  • SOC 280: Schools, Students & Society
  • SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology