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Han Koehle

Graduate Student
research interests:
  • Institutional Power
  • Social Movements
  • Health and Body
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    • Washington University
    • MSC 1112-228-04
    • One Brookings Drive
    • St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
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    Han Koehle is from Sterling, Virginia and their preferred pronouns are they, ze, it. Han enjoys photography, collage, embroidery, interior design, and cosplay. Their grad school goals include publishing, especially finishing research that's been back-burned over the last couple of years; developing a class on medical sociology aimed at clinical students; teaching with the Prison Education Project, and continuing to build my online platform in support of eventually publishing about health justice for non-academic audiences.


    Han’s post-grad school goals center on enacting health justice by educating and agitating scholars, clinicians, administrators, policymakers, and the general public regarding the roots of health gaps in racial and colonial capitalism and participating in movements to radically restructure power including prison abolition and land back.


    Their research interests emphasize relationships between marginalization, institutional power, and social movements, especially with regard to health and the body.