Jeremy Levine

Associate Professor

Jeremy Levine
Office: 734-764-6324

815 Weiser Hall
500 Church Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

Jeremy Levine

Associate Professor

Jeremy’s work spans urban and political sociology, with a focus on the politics of inequality in cities and criminal legal systems. His first book was an ethnography of urban development in Boston. Jeremy is currently completing a new project on the history and consequences of crime victim policy in the United States. With several collaborators, he is working on a series of articles as well as his second book with Princeton University Press.

Before joining the faculty at Michigan, Jeremy earned an A.M. and Ph.D. in Sociology at Harvard University and was a doctoral fellow in the Inequality and Social Policy Program at the Harvard Kennedy School.


PhD, Sociology. Harvard University (2016)

AM, Sociology, Harvard University (2011)

BA with Highest Honors, History and Sociology, University of Michigan (2008)

Areas of Study

Race and Racial Inequality

Related Projects

When Crime Pays the Victim: How Victim Policy Shaped the Carceral State