Doctoral Student

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  • Anthony Landers
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  • Anthony is generally interested in social control, organizations, policing, and incarceration. His current research looks at the weaponization of inmate identities and its use as a form of social control in prison. Anthony has ample research experience having been a Ronald E. McNair scholar, where he used a mixed methods approach to analyze gang discourse and it’s effects on racialized communities in South Alameda County, California. He has one article pending publishing through the McNair Scholars Journal titled, Marked for Death: The Necropolitics of Gangs. Anthony received his B.A. in Sociology with a minor in Ethnic Studies from the University of California, Berkeley in 2018. Additionally, Anthony brings eight years of community organizing, prisoner support, and mentorship to his work at Rutgers