Nicole Arlette Hirsh is a PhD student in sociology at Harvard University. Hirsch’s research interests include race and racism, cultural sociology, and sociology of law. Her dissertation project examines how national cultural repertoires in France and the United States influence the strategies, structure, and culture of non-governmental organizations that mobilize the law to fight racial discrimination. Previous research explores how African Americans discuss and frame problems facing the black community, and how African Americans use humor spontaneously in conversations about race and racism. Her work has been published in the Du Bois Review.
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PhD Student in Sociology , Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University