Tucson and the UArizona occupy the unceded homelands of the Tohono O’odham Nation and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe.
🔍 Active Research Projects
- Quantitative | Crime risk assessment & predictive policing algorithms
- Mixed Methods | Legal knowledge, framing, & online legal research
- Theoretical | US Border Patrol, smart borders, & biometric surveillance
Carlson, Jennifer, and Elliot Ramo. 2022. “‘I’m Not a Conspiracy Theorist, But…’: Knowledge and Conservative Politics in Unsettled Times.” Social Forces. doi: 10.1093/sf/soac082.
Earl, Jennifer, Rina James, Elliot Ramo, and Sam Scovill. 2021. “Protest, Activism, and False Information.” Chapter 27 in The Routledge Companion to Media Disinformation and Populism, edited by H. Tumber and S. Waisbord. Routledge. Invited Chapter
Earl, Jennifer, Sam Scovill, and Elliot Ramo. 2021. “Digital Youth Politics.” Chapter 33 in The Oxford Handbook of Sociology and Digital Media, edited by D. A. Rohlinger and S. Sobieraj. New York: Oxford University Press. Invited Chapter
📽️ Presentations and Conferences
Ramo, E. August 2021. Predictive Policing and Strategic Subjects in Chicago, Illinois. American Sociological Association. Virtual Meeting.
Ramo, E. April 2021. Panel on Data Ethics and Bias. Women in Data Science (WiDS). Tucson, Arizona. Invited moderator.
Ramo, E. April 2020. Panel on Data Ethics and Bias. Women in Data Science (WiDS). Tucson, Arizona. Invited panelist.
Ramo, E. March 2020. Algorithmic Bias and Online Legal Research. Pacific Sociological Association. Eugene, OR. Cancelled due to COVID-19.
Truslow, E. 2012. Virginity as a Global Social Construction. Undergraduate Research Creativity Symposium. Fredericksburg, VA.