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Isabel Geisler

Sociology PhD Candidate

Isabel joined Northeastern’s Sociology Department in the fall of 2017. She holds a B.A in Global Studies, minor in Spanish, and certificate in Geographic Information Systems from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). She has conducted field research on the impact of gender equity policies in Honduran fair-trade coffee cooperatives (2016) as well as an analysis of carceral feminist narratives in the Mexican movement against feminicidio (2018). Outside of the Sociology program, she works with Dr. Farrell and Dr. Cuevas in the Institute of Race and Justice (IRJ) in researching Latino Biased Victimization. Isabel is currently working as a Civic Sustainability, Diversity, and Inclusion Administrative Assistant.

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geisler.i@northeastern.edu

Areas of Research/Interest: Gender, Globalization, and Social Movements

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