Assistant Professor of Sociology
I am a sociologist and race scholar. My work focuses on race, class, and the micro-level of social life. Much of my research is focused on childhood. My new book, False Starts, is an ethnographic account of how young children experience segregated preschools. I also research how white observers interpret race markers and deploy racial prejudice.
- B.A. Columbia University
- M.S. University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison
Stockstill, Casey. 2023. False Starts: The Segregated Lives of Preschoolers. New York: NYU Press.
Stockstill, Casey. 2023. "The 'Stuff' of Class: How Property Access in Preschool Reproduces Class Inequality." Social Problems. 70(1): 1-21.
Stockstill, Casey and Grace Carson. 2022. "Are Lighter-Skinned Tanisha and Jamal Worth More Pay? White People's Gendered Colorism toward Black Job Applicants with Racialized Names." Ethnic and Racial Studies. 45(5): 896-917.