CHLOE HAIMSON

1180 Observatory Dr. 
Madison, WI 53706
Email: Haimson@wisc.edu
917-821-4796
EDUCATION
In progress
Ph.D., Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2016
M.S., Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Master’s Thesis: “Interactional Resistance During Black Lives Matter Protests: The Political Stakes of Rebelling Against the Public Order.”

2012
B.A., Sociology (Honors), Princeton University
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Punishment; Prison Reentry; Race and Ethnicity; Inequality; Social Movements
PUBLICATIONS
Chloe Haimson. 2020. “Interactional Resistance During Black Lives Matter Protests: The Political Stakes of Rebelling Against the Public Order.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 25 (2): 185-20.

Winner of the 2018 Mayer Zald Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award, ASA Section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements 

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW    






MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Chloe Haimson. “Exoneration and Parole: Two Pathways Home from Incarceration.” Invitation to revise and resubmit.

Chloe Haimson. “Algorithmically Predicting Crime: Parole Officers’ Narratives about Danger and Culpability.”

Chloe Haimson. “Living in the Shadow of Compliance.”

John Eason, Jessica Simes, Jienian Zhang, and Chloe Haimson. “Carceral Churn and the HIV Epidemic.”
 
OTHER PUBLICATIONS AND WRITING
John M. Eason, Benny Witkovsky, Chloe Haimson, and Jungmyung Kim. 2020. “Wisconsin’s not so White Anymore—and in Some Rapidly Diversifying Cities Like Kenosha There’s Fear and Unrest.” The Conversation.

Chloe Haimson.
2020. “The Importance of Demonstrating That Communities Can Police Themselves.” Race, Politics, Justice.

Chloe Haimson.
2016. “The Battle for Reproductive Justice: Denying Indian Women Plan B Affects All Women.” in Nancy Worcester, Mariamne H. Whatley (eds), Women’s Health: Readings on Social, Economic, and Political Issues. Kendall Hunt.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
2019
“The Pipeline from Prison to Jail: An Examination of Parole Supervision.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at American Sociological Association, New York, NY. 

2019
“The Pipeline from Prison to Jail: An Examination of Parole Supervision.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at the ASA Section on Community and Urban Sociology Preconference, New York, NY. 
 
2019
“The Use of Algorithmic Prediction Tools by Parole Agents.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at Law and Society, Washington, D.C.

2019
“Exoneration and Parole: Two Pathways Home From Incarceration.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at Eastern Sociological Society, Boston, MA.

2018
“The Consequences of Growing Supervision in an Era of Decarceration.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at Midwest Law and Society Retreat, Madison, WI.

2018
“The Role of Parole Supervision in Prison Reentry.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at Princeton University Symposium on Criminal Justice Reform, Princeton, NJ.

2017
“Litigant Perspectives on Attorney Representation: Inside a Complex Decision.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at Law and Society, Mexico City, Mexico.

2016
“Interactional Resistance During Black Lives Matter Protests: The Political Stakes of Rebelling Against the Public Order.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at Wisconsin Sociological Association, Madison, WI.

2016
“Litigant Perspectives on Attorney Representation.” Chloe Haimson. Paper presented at Midwest Law and Society Retreat, Madison, WI.
FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
2019-2020
Ph.D. Student Research Fellowship, Institute for Research on Poverty

2019-2020
Top Up Fellowship, Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2018-2019
University Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2018
Mayer Zald Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award, American Sociological Association Section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements

2018-2020
Law & Society Graduate Fellowship, Institute for Legal Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2018
Research Travel Award, Sociology Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2018
Dissertation Support Award, Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2018-2019
Conference Travel Award, Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2014-2015
University Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2011
Guggenheim Foundation Oscar S. Straus II Fellowship in Criminal Justice, Princeton University
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
2020-present
Project Director, Justice Lab, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2018-2020
Graduate Fellow, Institute for Legal Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2017-2020
Graduate Research Fellow, Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
TEACHING
2018-2019
Teaching Fellow, Research Practicum in Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2017-2018
Teaching Assistant, Population Problems, University of Wisconsin-Madison
RESEARCH AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2020-present
Research Assistant for John Eason, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2015-2017
Research Assistant for Tonya Brito and David Pate, NSF Funded Study on Access to Justice in Child Support Enforcement Proceedings, University of Wisconsin-Madison

2014
Resarch Assistant for Emily Horowitz, Study on Life on the Sex Offender Registry, Department of Sociology, St. Francis College, New York, NY

2012
Court Planner and Research Intern, Center for Court Innovation, Red Hook Community Justice Center, New York, NY

2011
Prison Visiting Project Research Intern, The Correctional Association of New York, NY
EMPLOYMENT
 2012-2014
 Associate Producer and Researcher, Incite Pictures         Documentary Film Company, New York, NY
SERVICE
2016-2018
Committe Member, Minority Recruitment and Retention Committee, Sociology Department, University of Wisconsin Madison

2016-2017
Committee Member, Sociology Graduate Student Association, University of Wisconsin-Madison
CURRENT PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Sociological Association
Law and Society Association
SKILLS
Stata, MAXQDA, Qualtrics