M.A. in Anthropology (George Washington University)
Ph.D. candidate, Temple University
Kris is a Ph.D. candidate in Criminal Justice at Temple University and holds an M.A. in Anthropology from George Washington University. She earned a B.A. from Temple University in Anthropology with a focus on human biology.
Kris’s current research revolves around police surveillance and technology, proactive/personal policing models, intelligence-led policing, and the policing of the police. While attending GW, she was a student editor of Anthropological Quarterly.
Looking under disability
Why is it that disabilities, or how we react to them socially, are seldom mentioned in day-to-day conversations? Kastner explores studies of disability by anthropologist Joan Ablon.Read on »
The handi-capable body
When mannequins modelled on people with disabilities were displayed in a Zurich store front, they caused shock–both to passers-by and the models themselves. But why should we react this way?Read on »