- Ph.D., Sociology, New York University (2020)
Dissertation: “No Sanctuary: The Making of Mass Deportation and the Unmaking of the Sanctuary City, 1980-2020”
- B.A., Government, Harvard College, Magna cum Laude with High Honors in Government (2007)
- Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for Political Economy, Columbia University
- Instructor of Record, Department of Sociology, New York University
- Teaching Assistant to Profs. Dalton Conley, Steven Lukes, and Jeffrey Manza, NYU
- Teaching Assistant to Prof. Roberto Mangabeira Unger, Harvard University
Social movements; policing; the far right; the radical left; race and class; immigration; labor; technology; political, economic, and urban sociology; sociological theory; qualitative methods.
- Gould-Wartofsky, Michael. 2015. The Occupiers: The Making of the 99 Percent Movement. New York, NY and Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
- Gould-Wartofsky, Michael. No Sanctuary: Mass Deportation, Immigration Policing, and the Unmaking of the Sanctuary City.
- Gould-Wartofsky, Michael. (Anti)Fascism in America: An Ethnographic Portrait.
PAPERS UNDER REVIEW
- “From Broken Windows to Broken Doors: Policing the ‘Sanctuary City’ and the Anti-Sanctuary Suburb in Greater New York City and Los Angeles, 2002-2020”
- “Rethinking the Sociology of Immigration Policing: Social and Political Determinants of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Raids, 2002 – 21”
- “Logics of Collective Action in Conflict Zones: Evidence from Five Years of (Anti)Fascist Activity in the United States, 2016 – 2021”
- “Blood and Soil: The Recomposition of the Radical Right in the United States Since 2001”
- “The Differential Policing of Protest: The Cases of the Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter, and White Power Movements, 2011-2021”
* Full C.V. available upon request.