David: Researcher, teacher, mentor, and student of sociology

 I'm a PhD candidate at UC Berkeley. My dissertation is focused on how individuals experience remote and digital-form forms of work, and how these forms fit in with their lives. I've also thought about contemporary forms of community, at different scales. I'm dedicated to transmitting sociological thinking and knowledge to future generations (including my nephew Max, pictured).


Institutional Logics: Motivating Action and Overcoming Resistance to Change” (with Heather Haveman and Danyang Li). In Management and Organization Review, 2023.


The Globalization of an Interaction Ritual Chain: ‘Clapping for Carers’ During the Conflict Against COVID-19” (with Alexandre Rigal). In Sociology of Religion, Winter 2021. 


 “Social Structure and Organizations” (with Neil Fligstein). In the Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, Second Edition, 2020.


Recent / Upcoming Talks

Overcoming the Gender Gap? The Case of a Microwork Platform

Precarity Lab (BU)
April 11, 2024

Dimensions of Dependence: Platform Work as a Financial Mechanism

Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology (HSE)

January 16, 2024

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