I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam. My research focuses on urban sociology, social networks, and the origins and consequences of segregation. It is driven by the question of how social structures operate behind the backs of those involved.
In previous work, I examined how sorting processes across neighborhoods and schools affect the friendships and identities of ethnic minority and majority children. I have been involved in the ERC project “Social Integration and Boundary Making in Adolescence (SOCIALBOND)” as well as in the “Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Survey in Four European Countries (CILS4EU).” Together with Janna Teltemann, I direct a research project on the “Structural Origins of Separate School Lives (SEPLIVES).”
For more information, please visit hannokruse.com.