Co-Authored with Lorne Tepperman, University of Toronto
Societies show a cultural predisposition (or "habit") toward more or less inequality. These social inequalities have a number of hidden costs, ranging from unnecessarily high rates of physical and mental illness, addiction, violence, and crime. In order to address these major inequalities—and to resolve their associated social problems—we must first overcome the underlying habit that connects them all.
Bonikowski, Bart and Nina Gheihman. 2014. “Imagining the Nation: Research on Everyday Nationalism in the Social Sciences.” The International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition, edited by James D. Wright. Oxford, UK: Elsevier.
Ph.D. in Sociology (2013-20)
Weatherhead Center for International Affairs Completion/Writing/Mid-/Pre-Dissertation Fellowships, Arthur Leman Fund Fellowship, Krupp Foundation Fellowship, Edward H. Kavinoky Fellowship, Jens Aubrey Westengard Fund, French Language Study Grant, SSHRC Doctoral Scholarship.
University of Toronto
B.A. & M.A. in Sociology (2008-13)
SSHRC Master's Scholarship, Lorna Marsden Award, Simeon Heman Janes Silver Medal, McNab Scholarship, Kiyoharu and Kiyoaki Momose Memorial Scholarship, Norman Bell Memorial Scholarship, Raymond Breton Award, Rex Lucas Award, Max Weber Award, Valerie Story Scholarship, Mary Mounfield Bursary, Muriel McCuaig Memorial Scholarship, White Scholarship, Professor William Kingston & Dr. John Kingston Scholarship.