I use computational methods to study social movements, culture, gender, institutions, and the history of feminism. I'm particularly interested in developing transparent and reproducible text analysis methods for sociology using open-source tools.
I just started as an assistant professor of sociology in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities at Northeastern University.
Hot off the (digital) presses: Sociological Methods and Research has published my paper "Computational Grounded Theory: A Methodological Framework." You can still find the non-proof version here.
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