Loic Wacquant

Loïc Wacquant is a professor of Sociology and Research Associate at the Institute for Legal Research, Boalt Law School, University of California at Berkeley, where he is affiliated with the Global Metropolitan Studies Program, the Program in Medical Anthropology, the Center for the Study of Race and Gender, the Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory, and the Center for Urban Ethnography. He is also a researcher at the Centre de européen de sociologie et de science politique in Paris.


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