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  • Andrew Gray, Graduate Student

    Graduate Student
    University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716
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    Biography

    ​Andrew C. Gray is a PhD candidate in Criminology. He completed his undergraduate degree at Ohio Northern University where he double majored in Sociology and Criminal Justice and he earned an MA in Criminology from the University of Delaware. His research interests include exploring how structural forces impact levels of crime and social control, including the role of race and racism. He is also interested in examining forms of racial violence throughout American history and the legacies of past racial violence. Specifically, his dissertation will focus on lynching and its relationship to more contemporary trends in other forms of violence and social control. His published research includes an article in Crime & Delinquency that was part of his MA Thesis which examined two separate databases of police violence to understand differences across these databases as well as the racial differences in police shootings. Andrew has presented his work at several academic conferences including the American Society of Criminology and Eastern Sociological Society, and he has also offered service to multiple conference divisions by helping coordinate panels and roundtables.

    Areas of Interest

    Criminological Theory, Race/Ethnicity, Violence, Social Control

 

 

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