Kristine Kilanski

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Kristine Kilanski
Postdoctoral Fellow 2015-17
Graduate Voice & Influence Program Fellow 2015-2016
Faculty Mentor, Graduate Voice & Influence Program 2016-17

Kristine Kilanski is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research. Her previous work examined how gender inequality is embedded into 21st century work organizations, the effectiveness of corporate diversity programs for increasing the inclusion of women and racial/ethnic minorities, and how poor people respond to violence in their communities. Kristine’s dissertation drew on interviews and ethnography to examine the work experiences of women in a contemporary oil boomtown. Currently, Kristine is exploring how gender and race become entrenched in algorithms and machine-learning. Kristine earned her MA and PhD in Sociology from the University of Texas at Austin, where she co-authored the book, Invisible in Austin: Life and Labor in an American City (University of Texas Press).  Find more information at: