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Matthew Clair (Assistant Professor)

Matthew Clair mclair
I'm-not-a-bot
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Personal bio
Matthew Clair is Assistant Professor of Sociology and (by courtesy) Law at Stanford University. His scholarship examines how cultural meanings and interpersonal interactions reflect, reproduce, and challenge social inequality in laws, the legal profession, and the criminal legal system. He is the author of the book Privilege and Punishment: How Race and Class Matter in Criminal Court (Princeton University Press).

Currently teaching
SOC 170: Classics of Modern Social Theory (Autumn)
SOC 270: Classics of Modern Social Theory (Autumn)
AFRICAAM 179A: Crime and Punishment in America (Winter)
CSRE 179A: Crime and Punishment in America (Winter)
SOC 179A: Crime and Punishment in America (Winter)
SOC 279A: Crime and Punishment in America (Winter)
SOC 246A: Ethnographies of Race, Crime, and Justice (Autumn)
SOC 346A: Ethnographies of Race, Crime, and Justice (Autumn)
SOC 396: Sociology Colloquium (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
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