Brian Cabral

Brian Cabral is a Chicagoan, sociologist, and doctoral candidate in the Race, Inequality, and Language in Education (RILE) program at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education. His research lies at the intersection of race, place, language, and carcerality. The focus of his dissertation work investigates the politics of redemption and the role of schooling reintegration for formerly incarcerated youth from the Bay Area-Peninsula, particularly those who participate in reentry programming. Brian also received an MA in Sociology at Stanford and a BA in Sociology with highest honors distinction from Oberlin College. His most recent work can be found in Race Ethnicity and Education, Teacher’s College Record, and the Routledge edited volume titled ‘Critical and Intersectional Gang Studies.’