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Milan Skobic

Sociology PhD Candidate

Milan joined the PhD studies in sociology at Northeastern University in the Fall of 2018. He is interested in the relation between shifting and complex labor conditions and the economic and political subjectivities of workers. He is particularly focused on youth who are negotiating their hopes and ambitions with the experienced realities of navigating the labor market. His hope is that through paying closer attention to this process we would be able to better assess the effects of institutional arrangements of work and exchange, and propose solutions which serve toward more sustainable creation and redistribution of wealth.

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Areas of Research/Interest: Work(er) subjectivity, Normalization of Inequality, Social Life of Law and Institutions, Nationalism and Sovereignty

Dissertation Committee: Chair: Steve Vallas, Members: Nina Sylvanus, Liza Weinstein, Rutvica Andrijasevic

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