Hannah Clarke

About Hannah Clarke

Hannah's primary research agenda focuses on US consumer society, higher education, and the role of debt and credit in maintaining social inequality. She received her master's in Sociology from Boston College and a bachelor's in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Massachusetts. 

Research Interests

Culture; Inequality; Consumption; Money, Credit, and Debt; Higher Education; Disasters; Religion; 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
  • SOC 324: Sociology of Sexuality
  • RELI/SOC 322: Sociology of Religion
  • SOC 280: Schools, Students & Society
  • SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology