Welcome to Washington SSN

Alexes Harris on the High Cost of Fines for Defendants

Scott Alard on the Changing Geography of Poverty

About the chapter

Washington SSN brings together scholars from multiple locations in the Pacific Northwest, primarily in Washington state. Members include leading scholars of criminal justice, economic and racial inequality, health care, political history, urban development, tax policy, and more.  

Leaders
University of Washington
University of Washington
Members
University of Washington
University of Chicago
University of Washington
University of Washington, Bothell
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Washington
University of Puget Sound
Saint Martin's University
University of Washington
University of Washington

Latest Contributions

Why Incarcerated People Hold the Keys to Prison Reform

  • Dan Berger

Latino Support for Rights Movements in the Age of Trump

  • Chris Zepeda-Millán
  • Sophia Jordán Wallace

How U.S. Presidents Can Inspire Economic Innovations That Benefit Everyone

    Margaret O'Mara

Latest in the News

"Mass Incarceration and Its Mystification: A Review of The 13th," Dan Berger, Black Perspectives, October 22, 2016.
"When White Supremacists Strike, Police Don't Always Strike Back," Dan Berger, The Washington Post, August 18, 2017.
"Are Florida Prisons Suppressing an Inmate Strike or Just Lying about It?," Dan Berger, The Washington Post, January 24, 2018.
"The Tech Talent is Rumbling in Silicon Valley," Margaret O'Mara, LA Times, January 2, 2019.

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