About Me

I am a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at Indiana University, this year’s Wells fellow, and a consultant for a few groups working to address gender-based violence. I also teach a service-learning seminar on statistics, research methods, and using data to prevent sexual violence in university settings for the Liberal Arts & Management Program at Indiana University.

I’m a generalist interested in multiple forms of inequality, and am working on a few agendas that consider how status, identity, and values relate to politics, stratification, and well-being in the United States and around the world. Most of my current research uses quantitative methods to examine gender, sexualities, religion, and/or public opinion.

My work has been published in Gender & Society, Public Opinion Quarterly, Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, and Social Forces, and recognized by Sociologists for Women in Society, Association for the Sociology of Religion, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, American Association for Public Opinion Research, and a few sections of the American Sociological Association.

For more information about my research, click the “Research” tab above or view my CV: Landon Schnabel CV