Benjamin Sosnaud, Ph.D.
- Assistant Professor , Sociology and Anthropology
Benjamin Sosnaud is an assistant professor of Sociology in the Sociology & Anthropology Department. His research focuses on the institutional antecedents of social inequality, with a particular focus on inequalities in health outcomes.
His recent work centers on socio-demographic disparities in infant mortality in the United States. Other research projects include an analysis of socioeconomic inequalities in under-5 mortality in developing nations, an examination of linkages between class inequalities and voting behavior, and an evaluation of the effects of living wage ordinances in U.S. cities.