Fernando Clark III, MA
My research examines social inequality in two ways. I analyze the ways that social inequalities are reproduced in institutional structures, policies, and practices. I also examine the lived experiences of those who are affected by structural social inequalities.
I am a critical race scholar whose work lies at the intersection of crime, inequality, and health.
In criminology, I focus on the lived experiences of people with a criminal record. I examine the role of racialized organizations, policies, and community knowledge in the reentry process.
I analyze how social actors racialize Latinxs and how these portrayals recreate social and political inequality.
I also focus on how stigmatized identities affect different aspects of health, such as mental health and health care access.
Dissertation: Latinos in Georgia
Collateral Consequences of Parental Incarceration.
Latinas in Media