Sarah Hupp Williamson

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Graduate Teaching Assistant

Teaching and Research Interests

Criminology/Deviance

Human Trafficking

Globalization/Global Crime

Corporate Deviance

Green Criminology

Comparative Historical Analysis

Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA)

 

Extension and Community Engagement

2017-19 Editor of the ASA Crime, Law and Deviance Section Newsletter

2018 Guest lecture given to a Humans and the Environment course (IDS 303), NCSU, “What’s in the Water? GenX Pollution and Risk Construction”

2017-18 President of the NC State University Sociology Graduate Student Association

2017 Panel participant on The Crime of Your Life: Busting Crime Myths, Committee for Public Sociology, NC State

2016-17 Secretary of the NC State University Sociology Graduate Student Association

2016 Guest lecture given to a Social Problems (SOC 203) course, NCSU, “Human Trafficking”

2014-15 President of the UNC-Wilmington Sociology Graduate Student Association

Publications

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. Forthcoming. "What’s in the Water? How Media Coverage of Corporate GenX Pollution Shapes Local Understanding of Risk." Critical Criminology. DOI: 0.1007/s10612-018-9389-8.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. 2017. "Institutional Anomie and Socialist Feminist Theory: A Process Analysis of Trafficking in Post-Socialist Countries." Broadening the Scope of Human Trafficking, edited by Erin C. Heil and Andrea J. Nichols. Carolina Academic Press.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. 2017. "Globalization as a Racial Project: Implications for Human Trafficking." International Journal of Women’s Studies 18(2): 74-88.

DeVall, Kristen, Christina Lanier, David J. Hartmann, Sarah Hupp Williamson, and LaQuana Askew. 2017. "Intensive Supervision Programs and Recidivism: How Michigan Successfully Targets High-Risk Offenders." The Prison Journal 97(5): 585-608.

Presentations

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. "Human Trafficking in Sub-Saharan Africa: Examining Configurations of Macro-Level Conditions Using Set-Theoretic Multi-Method Research." Paper to be Presented at the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. "What’s in the Water? How Media Coverage of Corporate GenX Pollution Shapes Local Understanding of Risk." Paper to be Presented at the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. "From Awareness to Acceptance: Stigma, Normalization, and the Autistic Identity." Paper Presented at the Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, MN.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah, and Jennifer R. Lutz. 2017. "Sewing Responsibility: Media Discourse, Social Protest, and the Rana Plaza Collapse." Paper Presented at the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. 2017. "In Their Own Words: A Content Analysis of Diagnostic Experiences Among Women on the Autism Spectrum." Paper Presented at the American Sociological Association, Montreal, QC, Canada.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. 2016. "A Process Analysis of Trafficking in Post-Socialist Countries." Paper Presented at the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. 2016. "Strain in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Examination of Human Trafficking using Fuzzy-Set QCA." Poster Presented at the American Society of Criminology, New Orleans, LA.

Hupp Williamson, Sarah. 2016. "A Process Analysis of Trafficking in Post-Socialist Countries." Poster Presented at the 11th Annual NC State Sociology Graduate Student Research Symposium, Raleigh, NC.

DeVall, Kristen, Christina Lanier, Sarah Hupp Williamson, and Kristin Godwin. 2014. “Drug Treatment Court Success and Recidivism in a Rural Community: An Examination of Demographic, Programmatic, and Community-Level Factors.” Poster presented at the Southern Sociological Society Conference. Charlotte, NC. April 3.

Responsibilities

Instructor
2017-2018 SOC 206 Social Deviance
2016-2017 SOC 202 Principles of Sociology

Teaching Assistant
2016 Dr. Martha Crowley in “Theories of Social Structure”
2015 Dr. Margaret Zahn in “Violence, Terrorism, and Public Policy”
2013-2015 Dr. Christina Lanier in “Introduction to Criminal Justice”
2013 Dr. Christina Lanier in “Gender and Crime”

Education

  • MA in Criminology from University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2015
  • BA in Criminology from University of North Carolina Wilmington, 2013