Rahim Kurwa

Assistant Professor, Criminology, Law, and Justice

University of Illinois - Chicago

I am a scholar of racial inequality whose interests include race and ethnicity, urban sociology, policing, and mobility. I recently completed my Ph.D. in Sociology at the UCLA.

My book project, "Grounds for Eviction: Race, Mobility, and Policing in the Antelope Valley" examines the relationship between policing and segregation using a case study of Black movement to Los Angeles' Antelope Valley. You can read a copy of my dissertation here.