Ryan Hagen

Ryan Hagen

rah2168@columbia.edu
Areas of Interest: 
Organizations, Risk, Sociology of Knowledge, Historical Sociology, Economic Sociology
Biographical Note: 

Ryan Hagen is a doctoral student in the Department of Sociology at Columbia University. His primary interest is how organizations encounter non-market risk. He also conducted an historical project on how the political structure of the post-Redemption Southern United States shaped collective violence in the region at the end of the 19th and opening of the 20th centuries. He holds a BA in English and American Literature from New York University, and an MA in Sociology from Columbia University.

Publications: 

(2016) "The Course of Law: State Intervention in Southern Lynch Mob Violence
1882–1930." Makovi, K., R. Hagen and P. Bearman. Sociological Science 3,
860-888, September 2016.

(2013) “The Influence of Political Dynamics on Southern Lynch Mob Formation
and Lethality.” Hagen, R., K. Makovi and P. Bearman. Social Forces 92(2)
757-787, December 2013.

(2013) Encyclopedia of Crisis Management. Penuel, Bradley K., M. Statler, and R.
Hagen, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

(2013) “Structural Secrecy.” In Encyclopedia of Crisis Management. Penuel,
Bradley K., M. Statler, and R. Hagen, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

(2011) “Maritime Piracy, 1979 to the Present.” In Encyclopedia of Disaster Relief.
Penuel, Bradley K., and M. Statler, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

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