Sean received his B.A. in Religious Studies with a concentration in Philosophy, Theology, and Ethics from Pomona College in 2007. After a brief stint participating in alternative food practices in New Zealand and private sector work in the Pacific Northwest, Sean entered the graduate program in Sociology at USC Dornsife in 2010. His primary research interests are economic and cultural sociology, social theory, and food systems and practices. He is currently engaged in a project on community-supported agriculture (CSA) and focuses on the way in which participants conduct and frame exchange.
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